Humble Bundle made its debut in 2010 to promote different charities by providing inexpensive materials.
Since then, the company has expanded to include a shop, a publisher of video games, and even its subscription service, Humble Bundle’s Choice.
The modest offering is an attractive $30 package that includes the entire Resident Evil series.
Fans may choose from various bundle levels, like with other Humble Bundles. Depending on how much a person wants to spend, options are divided into tiers, with the top tier having a predetermined price of $1 for two games.
The complete package, which is almost the entire series, along with an extra 50% off voucher for Resident Evil Village, whose significant Winters’ Expansion DLC is scheduled to release in October 2022, will be obtained by unlocking the last tier for $30.
Since the initial battle against the T-virus broke out in 1996 and characters that would appear in numerous Resident Evil titles were introduced, the series has been frightening and thrilling for fans.
The most recent Humble Bundle now has those games. Appropriately dubbed the Decades of Horror package, it contains all of the critical games from 4–7 along with the HD remastered versions of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3.
The prologue and Revelations chapters in the package are also a good source of fright. Without the discount, the total price for all 10 games is $275, so there may be a $245 save. To see the Humble Bundle, click here.
The package is a fantastic chance for gamers to get acquainted with both the remastered games and the more recent entries to the series, especially with the remake of Resident Evil 4 in progress.
The Humble Bundle’s custom of supporting a charitable organisation also comes with this alluring bargain; in the case of the Decades of Horror bundle, that organisation is Direct Relief, a nonprofit that offers resources and humanitarian aid to those in need all around the world.
There is sure to be a game for everyone to love in the current Humble Bundle, even if fans may not be very delighted with Netflix’s live-action Resident Evil series, as seen by the poor Rotten Tomatoes ratings and low overall audience pleasure numbers.