Total War: Warhammer sprinkled with indie games at $12

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After a year of relatively modest “House” offering, the Origin Store finally offers players a free download for more modern games. Mass Effect 2 is considered by many critics to be the best of the original trilogy, and all you need to catch it is the origin of an account and the origin of the client that you can set here. Also, if you happen to like the biowar space opera, willing to spend $ 10.99, you can take the entire series from DLGamer, and the mass effect: Andromeda, the next issue of this series is on the horizon.

We live in an era where many good games are eclipsed by those backed by big publishers. The “Humble Monthly” subscription is a good way for passionate gamers to discover hand-picked indie games and timeless classics. The monthly package sets you back only $12 (even less if you choose a recurring plan), and also includes a AAA title to spice things up – the March offer is Total War: WARHAMMER, a real-time strategy game that will have you command one of the four races – the Empire, the Dwarfs, the Vampire Counts, and the Greenskins – in battles of impressive scale and epicness.

There are a number of other perks to Humble Monthly, such as indie games developed exclusively for subscribers, a 10% discount on purchases from the Humble Store, and the fact that 5% of the proceeds go to a charity. If you’re wondering, the previous Humble Monthly package included: XCOM 2, Ryse: Son of Rome, ABZU, SteamWorld Heist, Okhlos Omega, Project Highrise, and Husk – not bad for $12.


Another bundle that offers great value for money is the ‘Bandai Namco Bundle’, also from the Humble Store. This is a tiered bundle with a low barrier of entry – for $1 or more you get a taste of the classics with PAC-MAN 256, Ace Combat Assault Horizon, and ENSLAVED: Odyssey to the West.



If the previous promotions weren’t enough, we’ve also hand-picked some of the best deals on PC games that you can find across all online stores. Some of them are flash sales, so act quickly if you don’t want to miss them. Also, if you happen to be looking for console games as well.

Preorder rush

Sniper Elite 4 – This is a game that will please the “PC Master Race”, in that this will be a PC-exclusive due to the scale and complexity of the maps and AI. The action takes place after the events of Sniper Elite 3, so this is a must-play for every fan of the franchise. The developers have promised that it will be a “sniper’s paradise”.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands – If you’re looking forward to Ubisoft’s next tactical third-person shooter game, and are drooling over the idea of having the freedom to explore the Bolivian landscapes where the missions take place – unlike all the other entries in the franchise.

Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 Season Pass Edition – Contrary to the fast-paced action of games like Call of Duty, this one will force you to calculate your every move, blend in the environment, and do a lot of damage with carefully placed, surgical shots from your trusty sniper rifle. The developers have also made this entry more like open-world games such as the Far Cry series, which means that you can tackle your objectives as a special ops sniper during the Georgian civil war in the order of your choosing, instead of following a scripted series of missions.

If you are a Sniper Ghost Warrior veteran, or are looking for an alternative to the Calls of Duty and the Battlefields of the world, you can pre-order the Season Pass Edition.

For Honor – A hack and slash game set in a fantasy medieval-inspired world, where you fight as a viking, a knight, or a samurai for the honor of your faction, using a variety of weapons and special skills, as well as a hand-to-hand combat system dubbed “The Art of Battle”.

Syberia 3 – In the era of release-now-patch-later, Microids has chosen to make sure that it comes out as polished as possible, even though this means a delay of several months – which makes this worth pre-ordering, if only to encourage more publishers to do the same. Syberia 3 is a continuation of Kate Walker’s adventures in Europe and Russia.