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The 2K PlayStation Humble Bundle Is Now Available In The Americas


The latest Humble Bundle is from 2K and features a range of games for PlayStation 3, 4, and Vita. For $1 you can grab XCOM: Enemy Unknown Plus and Civilization Revolution 2 Plus on Vita, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified and all the DLC on PS3, and Evolve on PS4.

Pay more than the average of $5.91 (about £4.59) and you get all of the above plus XCOM: Enemy Within, BioShock, Borderlands, Borderlands II Ultimate Edition, Mafia II, and Spec Ops: The Line on PS3, plus Battleborn and $9.99 worth of in game currency.

The final tier, which costs $20 (about £15.52) will get you all the previously mentioned games plus XCOM 2 on PS4. Of course you can pay even more if you like and donate a portion of the money to charity.

However, the deal is for codes that will only work on PlayStation accounts registered in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and lots of other places down south that Donald Trump wants to keep out with a big wall, click here for the full list.

Source: Humble Bundle

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  1. MrYd
    Since: Mar 2011

    You can, of course, use any US account you might happen to have lying around, download the games, and play them on your real account. The PS4 you want to play them on just needs to be set as the primary PS4 for your US account.

    Except for the 2 Vita games, as you can’t have 2 accounts on a Vita.

    And Battleborn is only the trial version, not the full game.

    So it’s all a bit of a rubbish bundle this time.

    Comment posted on 16/08/2017 at 10:42.
    • MrYd
      Since: Mar 2011

      Actually, it’s tempting just for XCOM 2 in the highest tier.

      But that’s just gone on sale for £11.99 in Sony’s latest sale. So maybe it’s still a bit of a rubbish bundle.

      Comment posted on 16/08/2017 at 10:50.
    • Tuffcub
      On the naughty step.
      Since: Dec 2008

      The “Trial” of Battleborn is the full game. It’s free to play now, but Gearbox refuse to call it that.

      Comment posted on 16/08/2017 at 14:05.
      • MrYd
        Since: Mar 2011

        That’ll be because it’s not the full game but a trial, so why would they call it free to play?

        It’s a trial of the multiplayer side of the game, and not the story mode.

        So free to play half the game, I guess. But definitely not what you’d normally call “free to play”.

        Comment posted on 16/08/2017 at 14:22.

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