Not to be outshone by the likes of paid services that offer free games such as PlayStation Plus and Games with Gold, or the recent trend of “mystery box” services like Loot Crate, Humble Bundle has been releasing the Humble Monthly service for the past while now, where you get half a dozen PC games for Steam and DRM-free download for twelve dollars a month. And while not exactly as jaw-dropping as previous months (in my opinion), the recent unboxing of March’s bundle shows that subscribers will be winding up with a package led by acclaimed post-apocalyptic RPG Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut, a pair of Early Access hitters in the form of ARK: Survival Evolved and GRAV, some retro platforming goodness with Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse, comic book card battler Sentinels of the Multiverse, and the wholesome goodness of I Am Bread, along with the Humble Original game Battlesloths and debut indie game Switchcars. A solid crop of games indeed.
Of course, for those of you who don’t subscribe to Humble Monthly yet, the Humble folks have offered a mighty fine incentive to do so with an additional sneak peak at two of the games included in April’s upcoming batch, South Park: The Stick of Truth and This War of Mine. To those willing to pay for the next bundle earlier you can unlock those games already, so if you haven’t been able to play The Stick of Truth yet (which you should), here’s a great opportunity to do so.