Humble Bundle’s beloved subscription service, Humble Monthly, is being cancelled in favour of a new alternative: Humble Choice.
The bundle, which granted customers a solid collection of titles for $12-a-month, and allowed players to keep them for good. Each month, customers could expect 10 games that often made great value for money.
Humble Monthly also gave subscribers access to a library of titles in the Humble Trove and discounts on the store. For just $12, it was a steal.
But the Monthly offerings are going away: Humble Choice is a more expensive option with different tiers and less games. The basic plan costs $15 and allows customers to pick titles from a curated selection of games to keep. The premium subscription costs $20 and allows you to pick nine games.
The service won’t be launching until next year. For customers still interested in the monthly service will be able to continue using the service until they cancel their subscription. Whether the company will keep making the service worthwhile is unknown.
This month’s Humble Monthly is a solid offering. For just $12, customers can get Call of Duty: WW2, Spyro Reignited Trilogy and Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy.