Another month, another Humble Monthly bundle of great games, both big and small, AAA and indie. This month you get an early unlock for a very recent game of one of the most popular franchises in the history of gaming, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (Our Review). This new chapter in the Call of Duty franchise brought with it many changes and improvements, which, as per the review by one of our staff writers and one of our prolific reviewers, are definitely changes for the better, allowing the franchise to evolve into something more focused while still retaining its hallmark first-person shooter properties.
So if you were looking to try it, now there's an extra incentive to do so, as you will get the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Battle Edition, which includes the following Digital Bonus items of your choice: Black Ops Skull Emblem, Black Ops Skull Tag, Black Ops Outfit for all Specialists, Black Ops Skull Calling Card, and Black Ops Skull Sticker. All of these items will give an extra edge as you face opponents in the Blackout mode, surviving battle royale tussles with flair and style.
And if you were already a Humble Monthly subscriber, today you'll get access to a few other games not included in the Humble Monthly May 2019 early unlock, which gave you a copy of Ubisoft's seminal reboot Assassin's Creed Origins. Now you can get the following games at no extra charge:
Finding Paradise is a spiritual successor to the highly acclaimed To the Moon game by Freebird Games, a story-rich indie adventure game with a classic SNES art style.
Monster Prom is a competitive dating sim developed by Beautiful Glitch and published by Those Awesome Guys. It's got that Teen Wolf thing going on, which is pretty cool in an indie game.
The Journey Down: Chapter Three is the third episode in this point-and-click adventure saga with an Afro-Caribbean vibe, something that few games in the game have done and tried.
Wandersong is a musical adventure where you embody a musical instrument, using song to interact with everything. It sounds quite fun and experimental, which is what indie games excel at.
Do Not Feed the Monkeys is a pixelated simulation-strategy game where you join "The Primate Observation Club," in which you will observe the lives of caged apes and carefully analyze the information obtained. This one is right up my alley.
So if you're not yet a subscriber of the Humble Monthly, head on over to the Humble website, smash that subscribe button and shell out $12 for a great shooter and some extra surprises in the next early unlock, while also enjoying these final unlocks of the May Humble Monthly.
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