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Humble Monthly, the subscription service Humble offer to give you a bundle of games each monthly, plus access to a ton of DRM-free titles has a new set up today.

They're giving out two early unlock games this month:

  • Moonlighter - Linux native
  • Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice - A "Gold" rating according to ProtonDB with recent being "Platinum"

As always, they unlock a bunch more games when the next set are ready on Friday, July 5 and you get access to the Humble Trove giving you around 47 (as of last count) DRM-free games that have Linux support.

With all that, seems like this month is actually pretty good deal.

Have a look over at the Humble Monthly if you're interested.

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I am a subscriber to Humble Monthly and Origin Access Premium.
Termy 8 Jun, 2019
ObsidianBlkI will be honest... I'm very tempted to subscribe to this.
Has anyone subscribed? Is it a good value for a Linux gamer? (I have no issue playing through WINE, but do prefer native)

i would say that heavily depends on if you are open to new games ^^
The Early Unlock is usually what i decide on if i pause that month or not - but sometimes i regret it as the other games have had some real gems in them, too.
Usually, the price is worth it for the early unlocks alone though, so the other games are "free extras" and if you haven't got them yet, there are some really good games in the trove, too.

So as someone else wrote: the price is a steal, you just have to have time to play them all.
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