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Humble Choice October 2022


Awesome Steam games await you in Humble Choice this October – get 8 Steam keys including Deathloop, The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope, Disciples: Liberation and more for just $11.99 / €9,99!

Beginning February 2022, Humble started offering just one plan that gets you ALL of the games they’ve picked out for the month for $11.99 USD (regional pricing may vary).

Humble Choice October 2022 is available to buy from October 4th 2022 to November 1st 2022.

Get all 8 Steam titles this month in the Humble Choice October 2022:

Also, get SIGNALIS in your Humble App when it launches October 27. It’s an old style survival horror game in style of Resident Evil, but in a dystopian sci fi setting.

The total value of the games offered in this months Humble Choice is US $244.

You can claim these games at the Humble Choice page.

Humble Choice members also get 50+ games in the Humble App:

The Humble Games Collection (Ex Humble Trove, now with a non-optional launcher) debuted in February with these acclaimed titles from Humble Games, with more games added monthly:

  • Forager
  • Wizard of Legend
  • Dodgeball Academia
  • Unsighted
  • Void Bastards

Choice members will be able to access the titles in the Humble Games Collection by downloading the new Humble app for Windows PC. (Note that you’ll lose access to these games if you skip a month or cancel your membership.) Check out our new Humble Games Collection page to learn more, and keep an eye out on the Humble site for more details in the weeks ahead.


    • Deathloop has recently been added to a lot of services (Game Pass, PS+ Deluxe). I’m playing it on PS5 and it’s pretty good, but I think I’ll end up getting sick of it before long. The game requires you to revisit areas you’ve already been to later as you find information about targets and they may only be around at certain times of day, plus you start a bit under-powered to fully explore levels at the beginning. It’s an interesting idea but one that feels like unnecessarily complicating things. Still, the couple of hours I’ve played have been enjoyable enough.


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