Get Rise of the Tomb Raider and more for $12 with the October Humble Monthly Bundle

Rise of the Tomb Raider

The October version of the Humble Monthly Bundle will feature Rise of the Tomb Raider, as well as a whole bunch of as-yet-unannounced games. The subscription service offers over $100 in games for just $12 a month, accessible via the clickable picture below.

Humble Montly October 2017

While Rise of the Tomb Raider is the only game that’s been announced for the October bundle so far, that’s a pretty good deal by itself. Lara Croft’s second outing (since her most-recent reboot) will set you back $60 if you buy it on Steam, while you can get it here for a fraction of that. If that wasn’t enough, Humble are offering you at least another $50 on top of that.

That’s obviously a low estimate. The August bundle was worth $262, and included NBA 2K17, Pillars of Eternity, Offworld Trading Company, and Overcooked, among others. Other recent bundles have included Killing Floor 2, Hyper Light Drifter, and Stories Untold, all for drastically less than their normal price.

Buying into the bundle also gives you a 10% discount on the Humble store, and will give you immediate access to Rise of the Tomb Raider, so you won’t have to wait for the rest of the bundle to unlock to be able to play. 5% of the proceeds from every bundle are also donated to charity.

We’ll update this post as Humble announce more of the games available in the October bundle.

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Unfortunately 'Rise of the Tomb Raider' released November 10, 2015 and initial cracked April 2016 and then cracked and repacked several times again, is still infected with Denuvo Anti Consumer.

http://steamcommunity.com/groups/DenuvoGames#curation/app/391220/

Why Humble Bundle always features Denuvo Anti Consumer infected Games in Humble Monthly and that other Bundle? Are those publishers so desperate?

But the solution is not to lower price, it's to remove Denuvo Anti Consumer. I already could have Rise of the Tombraider for $12, but as long Denuvo Anti Consumer isn't removed, they can sell it even for $1 and i won't purchase it, but remove it and i pay the full $56 price.

There are currently over 3'700 Steam Users in that Anti-Denuvo Curator Group and every day more join, all those consumers don't purchase Denuvo Anti Consumer infected products.

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