October 2020 Humble Choice games are worth it with support for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to the Humble Bundle staff. Which also means you get a couple of bonus games. Plus solid support for Proton for this month’s subscription.
So what games are on October 2020 Humble Choice bundle? Once again the content is 12 games strong. Giving you quite a few options to choose from with your subscription. There are also a few native titles for Linux gaming. With a mix of Mac and Windows PC. But also note, there is some solid Proton support for these games.
First off you can expect the see the Tropico 6 El Prez Edition. That alone is worth some cash flow. As is the Sunless Bundle, hands down. Then there is also Shadows Awakening which is a surprise to see. The Suicide of Rachel Foster is available in the October 2020 Humble Choice. Which certainly adds a further adventure to the mix. Likewise for Fae Tactics which is an awesome game. You can see by the Steam reviews too.
The following games are available for our upcoming month of October 2020 Humble Choice content:
- Tropico 6 El Prez Edition
- Fae Tactics (with Proton)
- Sunless Bundle
- Iron Danger (with Proton)
- Autonauts (with Proton)
- Shadows Awakening (with Proton)
- Fantasy Blacksmith (with Proton)
- The Suicide of Rachel Foster (with Proton)
- Goat of Duty (with Proton)
- The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day (with Proton)
- Lightmatter (with Proton)
Even more, the total value of the games offered in this month’s bundle is $306.87 USD.
The Humble Choice Perks
- It’s Your Choice
More games every month. Since 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.
October 2020 Humble Choice games are worth it. With a couple of titles for native Linux gaming. The rest have support for Windows PC and Mac. Along with solid support across the board for Proton in this month’s subscription.