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March’s Humble Choice Bundle will feature ‘Control’ and more for just $12

March's Humble Choice Bundle will feature 'Control' and more for just $12

TL;DR: Humble Bundle has announced that their March Humble Choice Bundle will be headlined by 2019’s Control, along with other great titles. You can sign up for Humble Choice Premium here for just $12 per month.

Disclaimer: Humble Bundle is owned by J2 Global, the parent company of Ziff Davis and Mashable.

Control — one of the most critically acclaimed games of 2019 and Mashable’s Game of the Year — will headline Humble Bundle’s March 2021 Humble Choice Bundle, along with 11 other titles, the company announced on Tuesday. 

Beginning on March 2, Humble Choice subscribers will be able to download a selection of 12 games to keep forever (an over $260 value), all while supporting charity.

Here’s the full list of games included in the March Humble Choice Bundle:

Control

XCOM: Chimera Squad

ELEX

WWE 2K Battlegrounds

Hotshot Racing

Peaky Blinders: Mastermind

Kingdom Two Crowns

Wildfire

Cyber Hook

Pesterquest

Boreal Blade

Ageless

SEE ALSO: The best video games of 2020

New Humble Choice subscribers can also take advantage of an ongoing promotion — from now until April 6, Humble Choice Premium subscriptions will only cost $12 per month for those who sign up during the promo window. That’s 40% off every month, and if you sign up now, you’ll lock in that price for the next year. Humble Choice members also get cool perks like access to the Humble Trove (which includes over 90 other games) and up to a 20% discount on thousands of titles on the Humble Store.

This is a great chance to catch up on some of the games you might have missed and even add some hidden gems to your backlog. Most of us are stuck inside at the moment anyway, so you might as well load yourself up with stuff to play.

March's Humble Choice Bundle will feature 'Control' and more for just $12

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