IGN Buys Humble Bundle, Promises to Keep Games Cheap as Always

Humble Bundle, the popular deals website which was launched back in 2010 is now purchased by IGN.

The main objective of Humble Bundle is to make games cheap so that thousands of gamers could purchase it without having to worry about spending cash. The proceedings of the sales went to charity organizations as well as the developers. Gamers had the option to choose how they like to split their payment.

The $1 bundles are the most popular of them all as they gave 3 or more games at an impossibly low rate. Next in the bundle would be the pay as you want which begins at a lower rate but gradually goes up to $6 to $10 as days progress. Majority of these Humble Bundles are focused on PC games, while some bundles discount ebooks, music and they even had a PS4 games sale once.

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Humble Bundle now operates a discount store, monthly subscription service while the bundles continue to be there every month or so with newer game titles being offered. IGN promises that everything they have been doing so far will continue without any changes in it.

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