First 10 games leak from new Humble Choice monthly sub, Tomb Raider, Void Bastards, and more

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Humble looks as if it’s accidentally let slip the full line-up of 10 games available when it switches from Humble Monthly to Humble Choice next month.

Humble Monthly has been a popular subscription gaming service which offers up a mystery bundle of games for a single monthly subscription. One or two big-hitters are known up front while the rest of the bundle is unknown until after subscribers have paid for the month. By and large, the quality has been pretty damned solid since its inception, with last month’s $12 bundle including Call of Duty: WWII, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, Spyro Reignited Trilogy, Shenmue, Shenmue II, 11-11: Memories Retold, Synthetik, Evergarden, and Operator.

Starting next month, Humble is taking a different approach. This is a new system where a number of games are revealed and subscribers can pick the games which they want to unlock. Current subscribers can stay subbed for existing price of $12/mo for all 10 games while new subscribers can opt for Basic (3 games for $14.99/mo) or Premium (9 games for $19.99/mo).

Now, though, it seems we know what the 10 games are going to be before the time limit on signing up for the cheaper. This means you can hopefully make a more informed purchase decision for $12 rather than potentially spending up to $20 and receiving one less game, although you will need to subscribe to the current month of Humble Monthly as well. 

The first Humble Choice bundle comprises the following titles:

Shadow of the Tomb Raider Blasphemous Void Bastards Phantom Doctrine Dead in Vinland Dark Future: Blood Red States Dark Future: Blood Red States Desert Child Aegis Defenders X-Morph Defense

It’s not the most exciting list of games, to be honest, but a decent enough haul. There’s nothing here which suggests that Humble Choice is going to be a huge improvement on Humble Monthly though, which suggests it’s just a Trojan horse to sneak in a fairly hefty price rise for new subscribers.

While Humble has yet to confirm a launch date for Humble Choice we could imagine this selection of games will be live throughout the month of December. You’ve got until December 5th to make your mind up.