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Humble Choice January 2023: get DOOM Eternal and more Steam games for $11.99


Awesome Steam games await you in Humble Choice this January– get 8 Steam keys including DOOM Eternal, Olli Olli World Rad Edition, Tribes of Midgard and more for just $11.99 / €9,99!

Wanted to finally get DOOM Eternal Steam key for cheap? Well, now you finally can – plus, you get 7 more Steam keys and access to Humble App for just 10 EUR / 12 USD total.

Humble Choice January 2023 is available to buy from January 3rd 2023 to February 7th 2023.

Get all 8 Steam titles this month in the Humble Choice January 2023:

You can claim these games at the Humble Choice page.

Plus, get extra games with the Humble App: Discover something bold, fascinating, and new in a growing library of great Humble Games titles, including recent releases like SIGNALISGhost Song, and Moonscars.

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
  • Moonscars
  • Signalis
  • Ghost Song and many more

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.


  1. Here’s a thought for those considering getting this for Doom Eternal… The Doom Slayer is a featured character in the current Fortnite Battle Pass, but neither of the modern Doom games are currently available on Epic Games Store. So I would not be surprised if Doom Eternal ended up as a free Epic Giveaway soon. I was half-expecting it to appear during the holiday sale, though perhaps Bethesda wanted to wait until after these sales to allow them to sell some additional copies first.

    Of course, this is not guaranteed, and they might just give away Doom 2016 or something, but the omission of these games on the platform, combined with the prominent featuring of Doom content in Fortnite this season, makes it seem likely that they may be holding out for a giveaway. The older Doom games, up through Doom 3, appeared on the Epic Games Store back in August, with Doom 64 being given away for free, but the newer games have been oddly missing, made even more suspicious by the current crossover.

    • It’s been going on sale for next to nothing on all platforms recently, so I think you might be right about it appearing on Epic before too long.

  2. Amusingly, the Humble Games Collection (Ghost Song, Signalis and Moonscars) actually looks better than the month of games. Although, I don’t mind the games there, and only would have Encased from the Epic giveaway. Doom still has Denuvo, which is a frustration for me. Aside from being anti consumer, it slows down the game, and my PC is getting on in years. I might jump on board this month, so I don’t feel guilty getting the Johnny Depp version of Doom to play.

    • Doom Eternal’s Denuvo was cracked almost immediately upon release too, thereby rendering it totally pointless from a piracy prevention point of view, even in theory. So dumb.

      • Doom is a big release, so I can imagine cracking groups working on it immediately. I haven’t paid attention for a while, but there was only one person/group who could crack Denuvo when it first came out. That’s probably changed quite a bit since then.
        I don’t disagree with protection in games, but Denuvo is over the top. Imagine buying a car that has to be returned to the dealership randomly to confirm your ownership so you can continue driving it?! Fail to do so and the car stops working.
        That car manufacturer would fail very quickly.

      • Similarly, I recently web searched asking why I couldn’t get 4K
        resolution when watching Amazon Prime on PC, it turns out they don’t
        offer that resolution on PC in order to combat piracy. Despite 4K copies
        of every Amazon TV show hitting the web mere hours after release.

  3. Olli Olli World is a great game, and props are deserved for making it the Rad addition with the DLC which costs more than the base game on sale. If I hadn’t bought it recently I’d have probably got this one, but I don’t regret supporting the devs directly as it’s one of my favourite series.

  4. Encased is the only game this month I’m interested in, and you can get it from Steam at an 80+% discount right now.

    Really awful month with many mixed review titles.


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