There’s a big Telltale Games sale going on at Humble and Steam right now. This is a golden opportunity for those who enjoy casual, narrative-focused games. The now-defunct studio is credited with popular series like The Walking Dead, Batman, and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy.
The Humble Bundle is part of the Summer Adventure Games promotion and offers several packages of heavily-discounted games to choose from. Starting at just $1, buyers can have The Walking Dead – Season 1, its DLC 400 Days, and Batman: The Enemy Within. The bundle also includes Oxenfree, which is about a supernatural mystery, developed by Night School Studio.
Pay $7.53 or more, and you get all of these games plus The Walking Dead – Season 2, The Walking Dead: Michonne, The Wolf Among Us, and the Shadows Mode DLC for Batman: The Enemy Within.
But wait, Humble has more
Those who buy the $15 ultimate bundle will also get The Walking Dead: The New Frontier, The Walking Dead: The Final Season, Batman: The Telltale Series, and its DLC. The premium bundle also includes Heaven’s Vault, an archaeological adventure developed by Inkle.
While we can’t get out much due to safety reasons, there’s still adventure to be had in this Humble Bundle. All of the mentioned games are more than enough to keep someone busy for the better part of the summer. The deal is hard to beat at $15, too. Don’t worry, the sale runs until July 28, so there’s no rush to pick it up.
Steam is also getting in on the action with a sale on many of Telltale’s games. Most of the games already mentioned are 75% off, which prices them at a mere $3.75. The rest are 50% off, which is still a great deal. This is great timing for anyone looking to finish a series or to just pick up a single game. Unlike the Humble sale, Steam buyers will need to act fast. That sale ends in just 17 more hours, at 10:00 a.m. PT / 1:00 p.m. ET on July 9.
The studio itself has been through a lot in the past few years, but Telltale’s games remain top-notch experiences. The current sales are truly offers you shouldn’t pass up.