Humble Monthly is like Loot Crate for PC games


A digital blind box

Decisions, man. They suck. Everyone always wants you to be an adult and bathe and make judgment calls on important things. Like, just decide for me and everything will work out, probably.

Humble's taking that approach with a new subscription service it calls Humble Monthly. The process is simple: Pay Humble $12 each month, get PC games automatically delivered to your email. Games are sent on the first Friday of every month, and they're redeemable on Steam (and sometimes other services).

As of now, we don't know how many titles will be included with each Humble Monthly bundle. Also, the program somewhat skews from Humble's charitable roots in that it only allocates five percent to charity. Developers are likely paid a fixed rate per license, so there's no slider to determine how much of the proceeds they'll see.

The first Humble Monthly bundle will be sent out in early November. It takes away the savvy feeling of putting together your own traditional Humble Bundle to include everything you actually want. But, in doing so, it does all the legwork for you and you may end up with games that have no appeal to you. That's the risk; that's the lazyman's $12 plight.

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