The Humble Monthly November 2019 Early Unlocks have been revealed. Yes, you read that right: unlocks, as in plural. For the month of November 2019, Humble Bundle is unveiling not one, not two, but three games to get people on board with their Humble Monthly subscription service.
Last month's early unlocks included Battletech, the Battletech Flashpoint DLC, and the Battletech Shadowhawk Pack. Players who signed up also got their hands on Sonic Mania ahead of the rest of the bundle. The remaining games included the filthy adventure game The Spiral Scouts, the alien world of Planet Alpha, the absurd "avoid 'em up" Puss!, robot suplexe starring Override: Mech City Brawler, the Spiderweb RPG Avernum 3: Ruined World, and the Humble Original Roman Sands, a visual novel set at the end of the world.
Here are the Humble Monthly November 2019 Early Unlocks that you can get right now if you sign up to Humble Bundle's monthly subscription service:
The Humble Monthly November 2019 Early Unlocks
Call of Duty: WWII
It's a Call of Duty game set in World War II. It doesn't get much more complex beyond that. Multiplayer features much of the usual flair like deathmatch and the Call of Duty Endowment (C.O.D.E.) Fear Not Pack and Call of Duty Endowment (C.O.D.E.) Bravery Pack are two bits of DLC that are included along with the base game.
As for the campaign, players are once again fighting some of the baddest of bad guys. Interestingly, even the game's mechanics are a bit of a throwback: health regeneration is gone, and you young'uns will have to learn how to deal with picking up health packs to get back to fighting form.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
The first three Crash Bandicoot games have been remastered for modern systems! Relive the glory days of PlayStation gaming with this kooky orange character.
Spyro Reignited Trilogy
Lots of people liked Crash Bandicoot, but they loved Spyro. That's why the reveal of the Spyro Reignited Trilogy earlier this year was more than a welcome surprise to fans of the originals.
If these games sound like your kind of jam, you should go ahead and sign up for Humble Monthly for just $12 a month.
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