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Humble Monthly is becoming Humble Choice: subscribe now for a limited-time cheaper price

The Humble subscription service is getting a massive overhaul, and it's available at a much better rate for existing Humble Monthly subscribers - but you need to act fast.

Humble Monthly will soon transform into Humble Choice, which will let you pick a few games from a pool for a nominal fee each month. Which tier you subscribe to will dictate how many games you can own.

There will be three tiers under the new price scheme: Lite ($4.99 a month, no games, access to Humble Trove), Basic ($14.99 a month, 3 games), and Premium ($19.99 a month, 9 games).

These deals are solid, but not as good as the current model - $12 for a bunch of games a month. But if you're an existing Humble Monthly subscriber - or if you become one before Humble Choice comes into effect - you'll get a better deal.

The Humble Classic tier is only available to Humble Monthly subscribers. It costs $12 a month, and will give you ten games each month. It has all the other benefits of the premium tier, including a 20% discount on the Humble Store.

Thankfully, the Humble Monthly deal for this month is pretty fantastic: it features both the Crash Bandicoot and Spyro trilogies in their upgraded forms, plus Call of Duty: WW2. If you sign up now, you'll have a better deal going forward.

Just make sure you do this quickly, if that's a deal you want to take advantage of.

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