Humble Bundle has just launched a brand new bundle and this time, it’s a big one.
The Humble Freedom Bundle contains over 30 quality indie games such as The Witness, Stardew Valley, Subnautica and Day of the Tentacle Remastered. It also contains a number of eBooks and several audiobooks.
This new bundle is worth over $600 and Humble has confirmed that more items will be added to the bundle. The Humble Freedom Bundle will be live for six more days and has already raised over $2 million.
Unlike other bundles, anyone interested in this one will need to donate $30 or more to receive all of the goodies.
Proceeds raised from this new bundle will be split between three charities. The charities are: American Civil Liberties Union, International Rescue Committee and Doctors Without Borders.
Humble has also stated that they will be matching donations of up to $300,000. The bundle has already raised over this amount and the company will add their donation to the final total.
This bundle seems to be Humble’s response to the controversial Immigration ban. The announcement for the bundle doesn’t mention it but it certainly suggests it’s the cause.
The announcement states “We humbly remember that the United States is a nation of immigrants, and we proudly stand with developers, authors, and charities that champion liberty and justice for all.”.
Humble explained that they choose these charities for the “inspiring work they do”. Their focus for this bundle has been for charities that provide “humanitarian assistance to refugees and displaced people”. The announcement also notes that there were other reasons for selecting these specific charities.
While it hasn’t been confirmed, Humble has left the Freedom Bundle open for more games. We will update you with more news as the situation changes with the Freedom Bundle.
You can find the bundle here.