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Humble Choice September 2021


The September 2021 Humble Choice games have arrived with all 12 games you can keep! Get PGA TOUR 2K21, Neon Abyss, Not For Broadcast, and more!

Humble Choice September 2021 is available to buy from September 7th 2021 to October 5th 2021.

Get all 12 games this month in the Humble Choice September 2021:

  • PGA TOUR 2K21
  • Neon Abyss
  • Not for Broadcast
  • Röki
  • Narita Boy
  • West of Dead
  • AtomicCrops
  • Heaven’s Vault
  • Swag & Sorcery
  • Fort Triumph
  • Orwell: Ignorance is Strength
  • Framed Collection

All Humble Choice subscribers will also get a new Humble Original, SLUGGISH MORSS PATTERN CIRCUS:

The total value of the games offered in this months Humble Choice is US $323.

You can claim these games at the Humble Choice page.


It’s Your Choice
Humble Monthly is now Humble Choice. More games every month. You choose the ones you want to keep forever.
No More Mystery
All games revealed upfront on the first Tuesday of every month. No more waiting to find out what you’re getting each month.
Great Perks
5% donated to charity every month. Plus access to 90+ games in the Humble Trove and up to 20% off on the Humble Store.


  1. Try to be a little more grateful everyone. $12 for 12 games. If there’s only 1 you like, thats still only $12 for the 1 game and you get 11 games to try out for free.
    Not having a huge budget for games myself, I look forward every month to humble choice to be able to try games and am very thankful for them.

  2. It’s always disappointing when a 2K game is the AAA title. I get why 2K’s on board, anyone who was actually interested in the game has most likely bought it by now, so giving it away costs them next to nothing, and their games are so infested with microtransactions that they’ll likely make money off of some of these new owners.

    Some of the indie games don’t look terrible, but like everyone else here I’ll be passing.

    • 2K has become like the new EA. Releasing new entries to game series with more ways to milk the customers, and once in a while releasing a completely new average game.

    • 2K need the money to sue random people who bring life to 15 year old games for free. Instead of embracing a community willing to do the work for free, sue the pants off them. That’s a way to encourage the rest of the world to your way of thinking. Probably the reason I’ll buy Nintendo hardware, but will never buy a Nintendo game – Nintendo are scum when it comes to people making their games better. Hell Nintendo issued DMCA copyright strikes on people showcasing their games on YouTube.

      As for this month, I totally agree with the indie games. Some look good, but there just isn’t enough here to justify the month. And you’re right, this $100AUD AAA title game has microtransactions. GTFO.

  3. Not one, not two, but at least three repeats….Pause two months in a row, that’s a first for me. Down and down it goes, where it’ll stop, nobody knows.

    • I hear this. Up until now they’d only feature un-bundled games. Sure, these games would inevitably start turning up in bundles shortly after, but usually it’d take at least a month or 2. I suspect they’ve either started giving even less of a shit than the usually do, or they’re having trouble getting publishers on board a sinking ship. I could believe either (or both) of those scenarios.

    • I have to disagree. Think of just how much worse it would have been, expecting to get something good and either getting repeats or games that you really don’t even want to add to your account.

      • There was a game that was given to those who were not in the plan. That game was allways the best and we could decide if to continue or not.


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