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Humble Choice August 2022

This August, Humble Choice members get A Plague Tale: Innocence, The Ascent, Hot Wheels Unleashed and more for $11.99 / €9,99!

Humble Choice August 2022

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 August 2022 is available to buy from August 2nd 2022 to September 6th 2022.

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

The total value of the games offered in this months Humble Choice is US $180.

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.

7 COMMENTS

  1. I picked it up from my library for a week on PS4 because I read it was like that and I’m a huge Trackmania fan. But it didn’t feel like that at all to me. Floaty controls mainly killed it for me. Still, it got decent reviews so a lot of people seem to like it, but I was happy I got to try it for free and not waste money. Maybe look for a demo. Ascent looks OK but Plague Tale has been given away on multiple platforms for free before so another pass for me.

  2. Both of the headliners seem decent, although Hot Wheels has a ton of DLC. Omno and Mind Scanners are types of indie games I like to see in bundles. Plague Tale was given away on epic. The remaining 3 look like garbage in my opinion.

  3. In Sound Mind as well? I lose track of what Epic’s given away. Every time I pause and Humble asks me why, I always select “Other” and tell them because they keep giving away games that have already been given away for free which massively devalues the bundle. I guess publishers that have given their games away for free on Epic have been paid for it and realise most people aren’t going to buy their game after that, so what do they have to lose?

  4. The Ascent looks to be a modern version of Syndicate from the Amiga days. I like racing games, but damn, that Hot Wheels game looks out of control with the DLC. There’s over $300 AUD in DLC alone. That’s not a game, it’s a demo with addons. Even Doom wasn’t that bad back in the day!
    Both A Plague Tale and In Sound Mind were given away on Epic. That’s 25% of the games given away for free before. Gas Station Simulator, Mind Scanners and Emily is Away look like generic filler, no argument there. I agree with you on Omno, it actually looks pretty good.
    I’m iffy on this month. Part of me wants it for some of the games, but the rest feel like a waste.

  5. Your last point makes a good argument. I’m sure Humble pays them for every unit “sold”, but I’d bet it would be lower compared to games that haven’t been previously free. As you say, it diminishes the overall value of the bundle. I can only surmise that’s why we’ve gone from 12 games down to 8. I appreciate it was choose 10 from a max of 12, but things went pear shaped at that point and Humble started giving away all 12 games.

    Now it’s 8 games, and to be honest, I don’t think the quality has increased all that much. Especially when you look at the number of previously free games that are quite often included.

    In Sound MInd was free in March this year. I use an extension for Chrome that allows me to make notes on Steam and I usually add all the “other” platform games there, noting where I own the game. That way I don’t duplicate them. I’m a little behind on both Amazon and Epic and I do need to catch up.

  6. The Ascent is for sure not garbage. It is one of the best cyberpunk games there are. It’s awesome, just give it a try. Absolutely worth the price even buying it alone…

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