Humble Bundle’s Square Enix Publisher Sale Features Up to 85% in Savings

Humble Bundle’s Square Enix Publisher Sale Features Up to 85% in Savings

Humble's latest Publisher Sale has arrived and is featuring Square Enix games, with the sale including discounts on the Final Fantasy and Tomb Raider series.

The first quarter of the 2018 gaming year is about to come to a close, although there are plenty of fantastic new titles coming out within the next few weeks, with some of the biggest games in Q1 such as Sea of Theieves and Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom on the way, those who wish to take a breather from new titles (either because they are tired of new releases or because of financial burdens) consider saving some money and snag a few of your favorite Square Enix titles on Steam.

That’s right, Humble Bundle’s latest publisher sale is now live and features a slew of titles developed by Square Enix; with several of the studio’s most acclaimed titles and recent hits available at low prices of up to 80% off in savings up for grabs. While all these titles are worth your time and money some suggestions I would like to highlight from this sale include Final Fantasy IV: The After Years ($7.99), Final Fantasy Type-0 HD ($14.99) Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster ($14.99). NieR: Automata ($29.99), Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration ($19.79), and The Last Remnant ($4.99).

Speaking of Square Enix, today, the publisher officially revealed its next entry in the Tomb Raider series, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, which is slated to launch this September. Additionally, this week, it was revealed that Final Fantasy XV protagonist, Noctis will be playable in Bandai Namco’s fighting game Tekken 7 starting next week.

For more information on the Square Enix publisher sale, check out the official store page on Humble Bundle.

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