New Regional Humble Bundle Pricing Now Available

Published: February 11, 2020 1:30 PM /


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Humble Bundle pricing is expanding to a regional model for the digital retailer's game bundles.

Previously, Humble Bundle operated solely in dollars. That's been gradually changing to make things easier for their customers around the world. The launch of Humble Choice brought with it the ability to make your purchases in the following currencies:

  • Dollars
  • Euros
  • Canadian Dollars
  • Australian Dollars
  • New Zealand Dollars

Now, a post on the Humble Blog has revealed that they're also bringing this pricing model to their flagship bundles, allowing even more countries to make their purchases in their native currency.

What are the supported currencies for bundles in the new Humble Bundle pricing?

  • Dollars
  • Euros
  • Canadian Dollars
  • Australian Dollars
  • New Zealand Dollars
  • Turkish Lira
  • Russian Rubles
  • Philippine Pesos

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What Can You Buy With the New Humble Bundle Pricing?

At the moment, there are two things in the gaming sphere that can be purchased under Humble Bundle's new pricing model.

The Humble Train Simulator Bundle

The Humble Train Simulator bundle contains Train Simulator 2020 and over a dozen different pieces of DLC. That sounds like a lot, but Train Simulator 2020 has more than five hundred individual pieces of DLC, so it's really only getting you started on this immersive simulator experience. It's still a fantastic deal!

The Humble Choice February 2020 Games

Also available is the Humble Choice February 2020 games! You can pick either three or nine of these games depending on which tier of the plan you purchase along with getting access to the Humble Trove collection of games.

Here's what's available in Humble Choice for this month:

  • Book of Demons
  • CryoFall
  • Eliza
  • Frostpunk
  • The Hex
  • Night Call
  • Okami HD
  • Pathfinder: Kingmaker Explorer Edition
  • Project Warlock
  • Underhero
  • Warstone TD

Of course, there are also a bunch of cool comic, book, and software bundles that you can grab, too. It should be noted that this new regional Humble Bundle pricing will only apply to new bundles going forward; the bundles currently up on the site are still only available in DLC.

Go ahead and check out to see what other great deals they have going on!

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