Chill out with thousands of cheap games in Humble Bundle’s winter sale
Beat the heat with big discounts on everything from Call of Duty to Stardew Valley.
As the summer sun unleashes its scorching stare across the country, it's important to keep cool and well hydrated. Of course, the best way to do that is to crank up the air-con, crack open a cold can and boot up your PC for a chill gaming session.
But what to play? Well, that's easy. To celebrate the frosty season those folks on the other side of the world are currently basking in, Humble Bundle has kicked off a massive winter sale with big savings on thousands of games, from popular AAA fare like Call of Duty: WWII and Assassin's Creed Origins to unique indie experiences like Hollow Knight and Ultimate Chicken Horse.
There are far too many tantalising deals to cover them all here, but we've picked out some of our favourites below and converted Humble's US pricing into AUD, just to make it a little easier for you. To dive into the ocean of discounts for yourself, just head on over to the Humble Bundle website.
|Game||Discounted price||Buy it|
|Grim Dawn||$9.49||Go to site|
|Hollow Knight||$12.53||Go to site|
|DiRT Rally||$12.66||Go to site|
|The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition||$25.32||Go to site|
|No Man's Sky||$30.39||Go to site|
|Project CARS 2||$45.59||Go to site|
|Destiny 2||$49.39||Go to site|
|Assassin's Creed Origins||$53.20||Go to site|
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