Humble Bundle subscribers get Deathloop for free this month

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Now’s your chance to snap Deathloop for cheap

If you ask me, Humble Bundle is one of the best ways to get your games. If you need recommendations, they never steer you wrong with their pre-made bundles, they prop up small indie creators who likely wouldn’t get a platform otherwise, and a lot of times they raise a ton of money for worthy causes with their charity bundles. This October, they’re shining a light on one of the best games of last year: Deathloop, Arkane’s time-looping first-person shooter mystery roguelite.

That’s some serious video game word salad, but trust me when I say it delivers on all of those fronts. Deathloop is a slick, stylish game with a unique premise and some of the best game voice acting performances of late, and personally I feel like it deserved even more hype than it already got.

A lot of people may not know that you can even become a monthly subscriber to Humble Bundle Choice for $12 a month, which gives you a whole slew of free games every month that you get to keep after you’ve cancelled your subscription. Members also have access to a rotating library of games you can play, as well as discount codes. It’s another gaming subscription service, but overall it’s a good deal if you like the kinds of games that they have.

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Enter Deathloop, one of the free games on offer this month, along with seven other titles:

  • The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope
  • Disciples: Liberation
  • Epic Chef
  • Golf Gang
  • Maid of Sker
  • Monster Train First Class (Collector’s Edition)
  • Railroad Corporation

If you’ve yet to play Deathloop, this is a great opportunity to give it a try. Even if you’re only subscribed for a month, you’ll get all of the games on offer for $12, plus all the other benefits listed above, so it seems pretty worth it to me.

Noelle Warner