Humble Covid Bundle

During these difficult times, no two countries have been hit harder by the COVID pandemic than Brazil and India. In an attempt to help out those countries, Humble Bundle has just launched a new campaign. The Humble Heal COVID-19 Bundle will donate all raised funds to a variety of foreign aid charities across Brazil and India.

The selected charities are Direct Relief, Doctors Without Borders, International Medical Corps, and GiveIndia. The bundle requires a minimum donation fee of $20 but has no upper cap. That means that you can donate as much as you want, although you do not get to select how your donation is divided between the four selected charities.


What’s in the bundle?

Humble has always been a fantastic place to pick up games. You get to add a ton of new games to your library, and it’s all for a good cause. Unsurprisingly, the Humble Heal COVID-19 Bundle is no different.

It comes packaged with $657 worth of content varying from games to software licenses to e-books. The full list is available on the bundle page but highlights include Undertale, BioShock Remastered, Euro Truck Simulator 2, Into the Breach, and Hyper Light Drifter. It even provides access to Ashampoo WinOptimizer 18, an operating system enhancer that can help your Windows run better than ever.

Humble Heal Covid 19 Bundle Undertale Gameplay

Undertale is considered one of the best RPGs of the last decade. Now is as good an opportunity as ever to try it out.

Everything in the bundle comes with a DRM-free option. For those not concerned about DRM, a Steam key is offered for each game too. So feel free to either bulk up your Steam library or install the games you want to play the old-fashioned way. Either way, you’re supporting four great charities so everyone wins.

It has already raised almost $380,000 USD across 17,000 bundle sales. A figure that is expected to drastically increase by the time the bundle ends. Speaking of which, the Humble Heal COVID-19 Bundle will remain available until 2:00 PM ET on Wednesday 19. If interested, be sure to make your donation before it expires.

Kurt Perry
Kurt is a passionate games critic who has a particular love for JRPGs, racing games, and platformers. Once a dedicated console gamer, Kurt moved across to PC three years ago and hasn't looked back since.

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