Save the planet from alien invasion with a free copy of The Bureau: XCOM Declassified
Blast the alien scum back to where they came from in this tactical third-person shooter.
If the alien threat of the X-COM strategy games tickles your fancy for conspiracy theories but you'd prefer something a little more action-focused, you'll want to set your spy binoculars on Humble Bundle's latest stellar deal. For the next 48 hours, you can grab yourself a free copy of the tactical shooter The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, no strings or gooey alien entrails attached.
Set in the same universe as the turn-based X-COM titles, The Bureau places you in the classy britches of Secret Agent Carter as he investigates the first signs of an alien invasion on Earth during the already volatile period of the Cold War. While the bulk of the action plays out like a traditional third-person shooter, you can issue orders to your fellow agents in the heat of battle to outsmart the technologically-superior alien forces you encounter.
For the princely sum of $0, there's little reason not to head over to Humble Bundle and grab the free Steam key for The Bureau. And while you're there, you might as well check out Humble's latest bundle which collects a whole bunch of racing games developed by the experienced rubber-burning studio Codemasters.
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