Get Dirt Rally dirt cheap in the Humble Codemasters Racing Bundle
Plus burn rubber with a garage full of F1, street and tabletop racing games for mere pocket change.
The Black Friday sales might be over, but the deals never end on the digital gaming front. Those charity-minded folks over at Humble Bundle have cooked up another of their jam-packed bundles to keep you entertained in the lead up to Christmas without having to dip into your gift-buying budget, and if you have even a casual interest in burning virtual rubber, you won't want to let this deal pass you by.
Featuring some of the biggest titles from the catalogue of racing-game veterans Codemasters, the bundle spans everything from the Mario Kart-style F1 Race Stars, to the authentic yearly F1 simulations, to the toy box antics of Micro Machines World Series. As usual, how much you decide to pay determines what games you get, with the standout Dirt Rally headlining the top tier at AU$19.74.
The current line-up isn't all there is to the Humble Codemasters Racing Bundle, either. Next week, new games will be added to the two highest tiers, boosting the bundle's already impressive value even more.
Here's the current roster of games included in the bundle:
Pay what you want:
- F1 Race Stars
- F1 2011
- F1 2012
- Toybox Turbos
Beat the Average (currently AU$8.41)
- Grid 2
- F1 2014
- F1 2015
- F1 Race Stars Season Pass
- 60% off Dirt 4 coupon
- 40% off F1 2017 coupon
- Hyundai R5 Dirt 4 DLC
- McLaren MP4/4 F1 2017 DLC
Pay more than AU$19.74
- Micro Machines World Series
- F1 2016
- Dirt Rally
- F1 2016 Career Booster Pack
- Grid 2 All In DLC
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