2K’s Humble Bundle Offers Plenty Of PlayStation Games For Cheap

Another Humble Bundle has made the rounds, and this time, you’ll be able to clean up on a number [...]


Another Humble Bundle has made the rounds, and this time, you'll be able to clean up on a number of 2K titles for a pretty affordable price.

The latest bundle, which can be found here, offers a whopping amount of games for just $1, but if you pay more, you'll stock up on a few others – and what's more, you've got two whole weeks to pick up plenty of games for your PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita!

First, let's start with the $1 tier, as that's likely to be the most popular. Being offered up first is Evolve, 2K's multiplayer opus where you portray either four hunters chasing after a colossal beast, or the beast itself. This includes just the core game, and doesn't look to have the DLC added to it. Still, it's a dollar.

Along with that, you'll also get The Bureau: XCOM Declassified and all its downloadable content for PlayStation 3, as well as two PS Vita games – XCOM: Enemy Unknown Plus and Civilization Revolution 2 Plus. Not a bad deal if you're looking to load up your PlayStation Vita with new titles.

Next up is the $5.46 tier, where you pay that amount or more to stock up on even more games. The above four titles are included, but you'll also get XCOM: Enemy Within for PlayStation 3; Borderlands for PlayStation 3; BioShock for PlayStation 3; Borderlands 2: Ultimate Edition for PlayStation 3; Mafia II for PlayStation 3; and the underrated shooter Spec Ops: The Line for PlayStation 3. There's also a PlayStaton 4 title included in the bunch: a trial version of the co-op supported shooter Battleborn. (You can also upgrade it with Platinum VC for an additional $9.99.)

Finally, there's the top tier, which goes for $20, and includes all those games, as well as XCOM 2 for PlayStation 4. That's a pretty good amount of value overall, but feel free to spend what you like. All proceeds will benefit the Covenant House, so your purchases go to a good cause.

And who knows, we might see more games added to the bundle over the next week – maybe even the full version of Battleborn. Then it'd be a tremendous deal, though this is still quite good.