Humble Monthly October Early Unlock Revealed as Battletech

Published: September 6, 2019 2:24 PM /


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The Humble Monthly October Early Unlock has been revealed as Battletech, the turn-based strategy game set in the universe that gave birth to the Mechwarrior franchise and that we gave a 9 out of 10 when it released. If you're the sort of person who loves to play with big stompy robots, it's never been a better time to sign up for Humble Monthly!

Humble Monthly October Early Unlock

Battletech is the Humble Monthly October Early Unlock this time around, giving players to opportunity to play with some big ol' mechs in a turn-based strategy game.

In Battletech, players are transported more than a thousand years into the future. The galaxy is embroiled in war as noble houses settle their petty differences through the medium of massive battle mechs, stomping lesser machines underfoot and controlling vast swathes of galactic territory. You'll take command of your own mercenary unit of mechs, heading out into battle for paying clients and doing your best to keep your company afloat (and your mercenaries alive) at the end of the day.

More mystery games will be revealed on October 4, 2019. If you missed out on last month, here are the titles that you could have gotten if you had an active Humble Monthly subscription!

Humble Monthly September Games

If you missed getting on board Humble Monthly last month, here are the games that you would have gotten:
  • Slay The Spire
  • Squad
  • Distance
  • Guacamelee! 2
  • State of Mind
  • God's Trigger
  • Knight
For now, the Humble Monthly October Early Unlock is Battletech. Get in on some mech-blasting action right now at the low price of $12/month!

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What do you think of the Humble Monthly October Early Unlock? Do you think Battletech is a big enough game to get new subscribers on board, or would you have preferred something else? Let us know in the comments below!