With the political situation in the US now, companies are having initiatives of their own to fight racial inequality. One of them is Humble Bundle, with its current Fight for Racial Justice bundle. The bundle itself looks to be a very generous deal, that lasts until 23 June.
So what’s in the Humble Bundle deal? Essentially, this allows you to get US$1243 (~RM5313) worth of games and books for US$30 (~RM128). The games aren’t the newest or biggest, but there are a couple that easily make up for the asking price. Among them are the likes of System Shock: Enhanced Edition and System Shock 2, Overlord II, Company of Heroes 2, and Bioshock Remastered. These games will be tied to your Steam account.
Help fight for racial equity with a 100% to charity bundle featuring over $1,200 worth of games and supporting @NAACP_LDF, @RaceForward, & @bailproject. https://t.co/5lLyVDe6f2 pic.twitter.com/FEf8MtX3Fl
— Humble Bundle (@humble) June 16, 2020
The books, on the other hand, are more of a “your mileage may vary” kind of thing. But considering the theme of the bundle, there’s a lot of them that’s related to racial inequality, with the expected focus on Black Americans. For what it’s worth, these books are also DRM-free. This means you don’t need to be signed in to any service to read them.
As mentioned, you can get this mountain of games and books in the Humble Fight for Racial Justice Bundle for, at the time of writing, around RM128. The company says all of the proceeds will go to charity, it’s just an overall good deal if you like a lot of what you see in here.
(Source: Humble Bundle)