- Humble has put the original Alan Wake Collector’s edition on sale for a mere $13.
- Buyers can opt to pay more to donate to charities supported by the bundle.
- The deal also includes seven more horror titles, all for a pocket-friendly price.
The latest Humble Bundle deal will cover you with eight items for a mere $13 including the beloved original Alan Wake Collector’s Edition. With Alan Wake 2 launching this Friday after more than thirteen years, the first game in the action-adventure series is highly sought after. That being stated, for the fans who want to finish the original title before diving into the sequel, this recent deal is a definite catch.
The “Fright Of Your Life Deal” will run until November 4 and offers you eight horror genre games for dirt cheap doubling up the Halloween’s excitement. The entailed price for the offer is $13 but you have the option to contribute more as a donation to the charitable organizations, this bundle supports, which are the International Medical Corps and Direct Relief.
Moreover, all the other games included in the bundle have highly positive ratings on Steam. The cartoonish horror series Bendy and the Ink Machine plus its sequel boasting an 89 and 94 percent positive on Steam are part of the deal. Further, you get, Pathologic 2, Stasis: Bone Totem, and Tormented Souls, all with a 90%+ positive on Steam. Not stopping here, the bundle also features Moons of Madness and Hidden Deep, so if you even drop one or two titles, the rest of them are enough to keep you entertained.
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Alan Wake is a series of third-person survival horror video games. The game was initially released in May 2010 with subsequent editions over the years. The franchise also received a remastered version in 2021 which you can grab for a meager $4 on the Epic Games Store. And, finally, after more than a decade of waiting, developer Remedy Entertainment is launching the much-awaited sequel, Alan Wake 2 on October 27.
Get to know about Remedy’s thirteen years of struggle, the Saga’s relation, and the significance of DLCs in an exclusive interview with Alan Wake’s director, Sam Lake.
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