The Humble Store is offering subscribers Metal Gear Solid 5: The Definitive Experience and Cities: Skylines for the month of December if they pick up the Humble Monthly Bundle.
In November, subscribers were handed Hitman, Hollow Knight, 7 Days to Die, Dead Island: Definitive Edition, Resident Evil: Revelations, Sniper Elite, Sniper Elite 2, The Dwarves, Hard reset Redux, and Vape Escape. There’s some good games in there’s so you better hope you jumped on board while you had the chance to claim great games.
This month continues the trend of giving great games for a low price with the introduction of two really excellent games for gamers to dig deep into. These are your two Early Unlocks for the December 2018 monthly. Metal Gear Solid V – The Definitive Experience actually contains both Ground Zeroes and The Phantom Pain. That first game is actually the self-contained prologue for the main game. The Humble Bundle version also includes all of the DLC released for the game as well.
If you’re a fan of the Metal Gear Solid franchise, or looking to get into it for the first time, this is a pretty good way to get stuck in. Although if you’re coming in not knowing any of the other games, you’re going to be a little confused.
The other game announced so far is Cities: Skylines, an excellent city-builder that has come to redefine the entire genre. If you’re looking for an amazing alternative to the SimCity franchise, this is your best bet. With an absolutely stupidly high amount of modded content and DLC, Cities: Skylines is by far one of the best games in the genre in a long time. And you don’t just the base game, you also get one of the DLC packs as well. The After Dark DLC adds some flavor to your nightlife by way of tourist spots and new services for your citizens. And with the robust modding, scene the amount of customization you can apply to your cities is staggering. Seriously, check out one of the best creative cities I’ve ever seen, all created in this game, down below.
The Humble Monthly service runs $12/£10 each month, and you gain access to a collection of nine games each month. And while one of the games unlocks instantly, the rest of the games in each package unlock toward the end of each month. It’s all a pretty good deal for PC gamers out there. You can check out the Humble Monthly here if you’re up to subscribing.