Humble Bundle regularly offers game bundles where you’re able to pay what you want and get a group of games. Proceeds earned through these bundles often get donated to charities, though some bundles are themed around the causes themselves as is the case with the new Humble Conquer COVID-19 Bundle.
Humble Conquer COVID-19 Bundle now available
On the Humble Bundle website, a new bundle is available with all proceeds going towards COVID-19 relief. It’s similar to the Australian Fire Relief bundle offered by Humble Bundle last year. Rather than a “pay what you want” type situation, Humble Bundle is asking gamers to spend a minimum of $30 on the Conquer COVID-19 Bundle in order to get all of the content on offer.
You can always pay more if you like, but $30 is the bare minimum in order to scoop up all of the Steam keys. Participating in the Conquer COVID-19 Bundle are must-have games like Hollow Knight, Undertale, Into the Breach, The Witness, SUPERHOT, Brutal Legend, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and more.
While you get a lot of bang for your buck in games alone, the bundle offers more than just games. You can also get digital files for comics like Joe Hill’s Locke & Key, Saga, The Boys, and Spawn Origins to name just a few. You’ll only get volume one for most of the comics in the bundle, but it’s a great way to explore whether any of these comics are something you’d be interested in reading more of.
Proceeds from the Conquer COVID-19 Bundle can be donated to one of four different charities: Direct Relief, International Rescue Committee, Doctors Without Borders, and Partners In Health. As of the time of this writing, you have six days to decide whether you want to spend $30 or more on the Conquer COVID-19 Bundle.
If you already own most of these games, you’re always free to donate to the participating charities directly. Alternatively, you can grab the bundle and give the Steam keys to friends looking for something to play while stuck at home. The choice is yours. Either way, buying the bundle is a great way to donate to a good cause and we love the fact that Humble Bundle is continuing to offer more philanthropic bundles.Load Comments