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Humble Bundle’s End of Summer Sale Adds No Man’s Sky, A Plague Tale: Requiem and More

No Man's Sky Humble Sale

Humble Bundle has announced it’s added No Man’s Sky, A Plague Tale: Requiem and several other games to its End of Summer Sale.

There are two things to take away from this. Firstly, if you’ve not explored the Humble Bundle End of Summer Sale, you absolutely should. There were already some real bargains on offer, but now it’s got even better.

No Man’s Sky may have failed to deliver on its pre-launch promises, but seven years and several free updates later it’s a fantastic game. Sure, we’re still waiting on capital ship battles but, given the exploration-heavy nature of the game we’re not convinced that’ll ever happen.

Now, thanks to Humble Bundle’s End of Summer Sale, you can get it for £24.99 on PC, 50% off the usual price. It’s also playable in VR, another reason to dive into this open-galaxy adventure. It’s not the only addition to the sale, however. The following games have also joined the sale.

  • Darkest Dungeon – 80% off
  • Psychonauts 2 – 75% off (our review)
  • FTL – 75% off
  • Cities: Skylines Deluxe Edition – 70% off (our review)
  • Democracy 4 – 66% off
  • Totally Accurate Battle Simulator – 66% off
  • A Plague Tale: Requiem – 50% off (our review)
  • Ultimate Chicken Horse – 50% off
  • Into the Breach – 50% off
  • SnowRunner – 45% off (our review)

And the second thing to take away from Humble Bundle’s announcement? Thanks to them mentioning No Man’s Sky and A Plague Tale: Requiem, we now want a third Plague Tale game set in space. It could feature a cryogenically frozen/time travelling Amicia de Rune and her trusty android H3WG0. And robot rats, plenty of robot rats.

You can also snap up the original A Plague Tale: Innocence for £8.99, 80% off. But we still want to see Amicia blast mecha-rats out of an airlock, is that too much too ask?

Humble Bundle’s End of Summer Sale

Weekend Editor // Chris has been gaming since the days of the Acorn Electron, which was allegedly purchased to 'help him with his homework'. You can probably guess how well that went. He’ll tackle most genres – football titles aside – though he has a taste for games that that are post-apocalyptic, horror-oriented or thought provoking in nature.