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Humble Best of Stealth Bundle has HITMAN 1 & 2, Aragami and more

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Ready for another bundle of treats? You better be quiet on this one, it's all about stealth and there's some good games included in it.

The Humble Best of Stealth Bundle has these included:

  • Aragami - native Linux version available.
  • HITMAN - native Linux version available.
  • HITMAN 2 - works with Steam Play Proton.
  • ECHO - works with Steam Play Proton (needs specifically Proton GE).
  • Ghost of a Tale - works with Steam Play Proton. You might need PROTON_NO_ESYNC=1 %command% as a launch option.
  • Heat Signature - works with Steam Play Proton.
  • Styx: Shards of Darkness - works with Steam Play Proton.
  • A 10% off code for the Humble Store on HITMAN 3 (Epic Store)

Check out the full bundle if any of them interest you.

There's also these other bundles going on:

Humble Store is also currently having a Summer Sale which went highlighted previously. So if you're after more games here's a few quick category links to follow to make it easier:

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2 comments

Nagezahn 26 Aug
While I haven't been really playing anything in the past months, I check out the bundles most of the time anyway. What annoys me is that Humble recently, I think, moved the platform icons so you have to click on each title to see if it supports Linux. Makes it more likely for me to skip even checking the bundles out.
mylka 26 Aug
1€ for aragami. nice
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