The latest Humble Bundle brings together 12 great WB titles for £12

Warner Brothers Celebrates its 100th anniversary with an incredible game bundle

Warner Brothers and Humble Bundle have teamed up to give gamers access to up to 12 great games for £12. This bundle celebrates Warner Brothers’ 100th anniversary by giving gamers the chance to “Play the Heroes”. This bundle includes the entire Batman Arkham series, Mad Mad, The Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor series, and several more modern titles.

Like all Humble Bundles, the Play the Legends bundle will have a portion of the bundle’s proceeds go to charity. For this bundle, Humble Bundle and Warner Brothers are supporting the International Medical Corps. This charity works to provide ” lifesaving healthcare and supplies to children, families, and communities that have lost everything due to conflict, disaster, and disease in countries worldwide.” Purchasers of this bundle can adjust their donation to give more money to charity if they wish.

All games within this bundle will be delivered to gamers in the form of a redeemable Steam code. Higher bundle tiers contain all of the games in cheaper bundle tiers.

Pay at least £4.10

  • Batman: Arkham Asylum GOTY Edition
  • Batman: Arkham City GOTY Edition
  • Mad Max
  • Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor GOTY Edition
  • Mortal Kombat XL

Pay at least £8.21

  • Batman: Arkham Knight Premium Edition
  • Batman: Arkham Origins
  • Injustice 2 Legendary Edition
  • Middle Earth: Shadow of War Definitive Edition
  • Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate Edition

Pay at least £12.31

  • Batman: Gotham Knights
  • Back 4 Blood

Simply put, this bundle is available for a steal of a price, especially if you want to play Gotham Knights and Back 4 Blood. Both of these games are fairly recent releases, and if you want to try them, this bundle’s pricing is too low to pass up.

PC gamers can buy the Humble Play the Legends Bundle here.

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