Humble Bundle added two new pieces of software to its Humble Monthly lineup. Subscribers now have access to Rapture Rejects and The Division's second expansion, "Survival." These two bring the total MSRP of the currently revealed titles to $84.97, according to the storefront's website. However, even more games are slated for the bundle, but they will not be revealed until Feb. 1.
The public saw Rapture Rejects for the first time at E3 2018. In the top-down shooter, players gather weapons and kill everyone else during the end of days. By earning the title of last man standing, God opens the pearly gates to heaven. The cartoony and irreverent humor comes from the folks at Explosm, who are behind the popular web comic Cyanide & Happiness. Rapture Rejects plays in the same universe, as demonstrated by the familiar art style.
The Division, Ubisoft's third-person looter shooter from 2016, was the second game announced in the Humble Monthly lineup. To sweeten the deal, "Survival" joined the fray on Jan. 14. The DLC adds a small battle royale mode to the game with some survival elements. This bundle serves as a cheap way to prepare for The Division 2, which is set to drop on March 15.
Previously, Yakuza 0 and The Division had been announced as the early unlock games for February. People who subscribe to Humble Monthly can play the aforementioned games immediately, with more games coming down the pipe at the beginning of February. Beyond that, they have also recently added to the Humble Trove, a collection of games that all Humble Monthly users have access to DRM-free. Roombo: First Blood (Justice Sucks) and Frozen Cortex were added only a few days ago.
In other Humble Bundle news, the digital storefront now sells certain Nintendo Switch and 3DS titles, but the service comes with some stipulations. Additionally, there is the Humble Winter Sale going on right now, which has added some new games since we wrote about it.
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