For those hunting for cheap CD keys and games, Humble Bundle is currently holding its annual summer sale, with plenty of games at low prices, as well as a few free games.
Bundle sites are fairly popular because they sell titles for pennies on the dollar, as well as focusing on the more obscure and less well-known titles, with Humble Bundle being one of the biggest names in the industry, thanks to its offers, charity support, and occasional sales of major triple AAA titles. The site also has a store that almost always has something on sale, with the site a mainstay for people looking for cheap CD keys and games. With the summer coming to a close, Humble Bundle is starting up its annual summer sale again.
They’re marking the sale with the occasional free game, marking the start of the sale by giving away Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine for a limited time. A notable standout from the rest of the Warhammer 40K titles, which are usually real time strategy games, Space Marine is a third-person action-adventure romp akin to a cross between the older God of War titles and Gears of War. The title received generally favorable reception when it launched, despite being overlooked at large.
The summer sale is full of big titles at ludicrously low prices, like the Witcher franchise for $24.50, which contains The Witcher, The Witcher II: Assassins of Kings, The Witcher III: Wild Hunt Game of the Year Edition, complete with all the downloadable content. Indie titan and internet celebrity title Undertaleis available for a mere $5, alongside the recently released Far Cry 5, now more open for people looking for cheap CD keys at $40.19.
The sale is more than just a sale, however, as every day that visitors head for the Humble Bundle site, they’ll earn a stamp, which they can then trade in for special prizes, which range from discount coupon for the Humble Bundle monthly subscription for new subscribers, a coupon for Phantom Doctrine, and free copies of Bravelandand The Ship: Murder Party.
The Humble Bundle summer sale runs until the 13th of September, but certain games are only discounted or for free for half of that duration (one week out of two). As per standard with Humble Bundle, all the games are for Steam, not for consoles or Uplay and Origin.