Another mystery bundle is here – take a risk and add a precious collection to your Steam Library with the Fanatical Mystery Vault Bundle 3.
Step inside and delve through a plentiful selection of games in this crypt of wonder where you can find exciting releases, highly-rated titles, and more. From the latest and greatest that everyone’s talking about to classics from the archives of much-loved franchises, every bundle includes one guaranteed game from a AAA publisher!
In this mystery bundle, you can get 8 games for $6.99.
Mystery bundles are a risky business and not many people like to gamble with their hard-earned money, but in case you did buy one, please leave a comment below the post and tell us which games you got.
Some of the games reported to be in this bundle:
- Tales of the Neon Sea
- The Walking Dead: Season Two
- Outcast – Second Contact
- The Flame in the Flood
- Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition
- MURDERED: SOUL SUSPECT
- DOOM II: Hell on Earth
- DiRT 4
- Peaky Blinders: Mastermind
- Rebel Galaxy
- Wolfenstein 3D
- The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
- Bee Simulator
- Smoke and Sacrifice
- Railway Empire
- Sudden Strike Gold
Please note: If you buy one bundle in a single order, you will receive different games. If you purchase multiple bundles, through one or more orders, there’s a chance that you will receive duplicate copies of one or more game..
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I must sound like a negative Nancy. but honestly, this is yet another lot of overly bundled games. There’s no mystery here, just games that have been dropped in an abundant of bundles over the last year or 3. If you’re new to gaming on PC, then this could be a winner, but for the seasoned buyer, this is not likely going to be worth the price of admission.
Years ago I bought a Fanatical bundle (back then it would have been BundleStars, I think) and at checkout it offered me a mystery key for US$1, and I thought “why not?”. I got Letterquest, a game I already owned 4 times over from maybe 4 different bundles. It made me feel like an idiot for falling for their loot-box gambling BS, and just a little bit dirty for supporting the practice. Never considered it since,
I did the same thing about a year ago. It offered 2 games for an extra $2, so I thought “Why not?”. I don’t recall what I got, but they were really subpar games, and weren’t worth the extra $2, irrespective of their selling price on Steam. I’ve never done it again, and have purchased a few (but not many) bundles on Fanatical.