April 2020 games for Humble Choice Bundle

april 2020 games for humble choice bundle on linux mac windows pc

April 2020 games for the Humble Choice Bundle are looking good for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. As usual there are 12 titles to choose from with your subscription.

April 2020 games have arrived. There are another 12 strong titles to choose from. Bringing with it some titles you can play via Proton too. But with a heap of delicious native Linux games. And I’m almost used to the Humble Choice gaming subscription. Since every month gets you some great games to keep forever.

So I was looking at the April 2020 Humble Choice. And there are some unexpected but worthy titles in the mix. Such as GRIS for one. That’s also an intense journey through sorrow. With crazy good reviews. Which surprises me, since most titles of this nature are usually kind of boring. This is certainly worthwhile playing. Not to mention having decent Proton functionality.
Another major title we see here is Hitman 2. Consequently, we even have decent Proton support too. But I’m sure you already know that by now.

The following Linux games are available in the April 2020 Humble Choice:

  • This Is the Police 2
  • Opus Magnum
  • MOLEK-SYNTEZ
  • Turok 2: Seeds of Evil
  • Trüberbrook 
  • The Bard’s Tale IV: Director’s Cut

Windows PC Support (Proton) for April 2020

Above all, April 2020 Humble Choice subscribers will get a new Humble Original. Divinoids and an exclusive sneak peek at Ring of Pain. But do note, both titles do not have Linux support.

Humble Choice Perks

  • It’s Your Choice
    More games every month. While you choose the ones you want to keep forever.
  • No More Mystery
    All games revealed upfront on the first Friday of every month. Therefore no more waiting to find out what you’re getting each month.
  • Great Perks
    5% donated to charity every month. Plus access to the Humble Trove and up to 20% off on the Humble Store.

April 2020 Humble Choice is awaiting your subscription. With a heap of Linux games, we well as Mac and Windows PC.

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