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Humble Choice launches on December 6, 2019


On December 6, 2019 at 10 a.m. Pacific time, Humble Monthly will become Humble Choice! With Humble Choice, 10 games will be revealed on the first Friday of every month. Customers no longer have to wait until the end of the month to see what games they are getting.

How will customers get the last month of Monthly?
On December 6 at 10 am Pacific time, subscribers will receive an email with a link to all of their Monthly games. In the same email, customers will also receive a link to check out games for Humble Choice’s first month.

How will customers know they are getting the Classic plan?
As long as a subscriber’s Monthly subscription is active at 10 a.m. Pacific time on December 6, 2019, they will get the Classic plan. We will email customers ahead of time to give them updates.

Can a subscriber pause now and keep my Classic plan?
Yes. The only way a subscriber will lose access to the Classic plan is to cancel. A subscriber may pause at any time.

In short, for the best plan, Classic plan, make sure you’re an active Humble Monthly subscriber before December 6th 2019.

You can become a subscriber by buying Humble Monthly for December 2019 here to immediately get Yakuza Kiwami, SOULCALIBUR VI, and My Time at Portia + tons of other Steam games once the full bundle launches early December.

So what is was Humble Monthly?

Humble Monthly is a curated bundle of games sent to your inbox every month. Each month offers over $100 worth of games for just $12! One or two games are revealed early and the rest of the games are “mystery” titles, with the full line-up revealed once the bundle launches.

Warning to all newcomers to Humble Monthly; after the full line-up has been revealed, it will no longer be possible to buy it.

However, every game is yours to keep forever, and 5% of each month’s proceeds support charity. All subscribers receive 10% off in the Humble Store and exclusive access to the Humble Trove of over 90 DRM-free games including all Humble Originals and some indie classics like Limbo, The End is Nigh, Shadowrun Returns, Dustforce DX, Strike Suit ZERO and more

If you’re already a Humble Monthly subscriber, please share your thoughts in the comments below and help others decide whether this curated subscription is worth $12 a month or not.

To get a taste of what kind of games end up in Humble Monthly, check out the list of past Humble Monthly Bundles.

IGB is Humble Partner, which means that a very small percentage of potential bundle sales will also go to us and help us pay the bills – and will cost you nothing. If you don’t want us to get a portion of the sale, you can always opt out or remove us using the slider on the Humble Bundle page.


  1. @blue The change is negative and highly criticized by regular customers. Essentially you are getting less games than before at higher the price (unless you stick with the classic plan which will only be available to old subscribers).
    You can pause each month and cancel anytime.
    It’s not only monthly games, you can still find game bundles every now and then, but not nearly as frequent as before.

  2. Humble Monthly will become Humble Choice!

    so usually they only show 2 or 3 games but now you can see all 10 beforehand?

    do you have to pay every month i read you can pause the month you dont want

    humblebundle has been around along time but iv only just heard of it , people say you
    used to just buy the games cheap but now its only monthly games?

    can someone explain…?


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