The Humble Bundle has roughly discounted a lot of sci-fi games
No Man’s Sky, for example, is available at half price, but there are also 80% promotions.
The latest package from the Humble Bundle took us into space, and we were able to pocket dirty cheap games like the Galactic Civilizations series, Sins of a Solar Empire: Trinity, or just Stellaris. Although a bundle that has fallen behind or wants to slam into other sci-fi titles is already gone, it can now choose from a wide range at great discounts.
The Humble Bundle wants to empty our wallets / bank accounts in the first days of the year, as it has a few irresistible offers. Examples include the half-price No Man’s Sky (which has been thoroughly flattened and stuffed with content since its release), the 75% off Adr1ft, the 66 percent discount on Surviving Mars (including Deluxe and First Colony editions), or 80 percent off its price tag. lost Lost Planet 3 and Lost Planet 3: Complete Pack.
Of course, it’s not just that many games on offer, including Age of Wonders: Planetfall, FTL: Faster Than Light, Into the Breach, Stellaris and Redout, not to mention a number of add-ons. Check out the Lost in Space action pick up, it’s worth it.
- Developer: Hello Games
- Publisher: Hello Games
- Platform: PC, PlayStation 4
- Style: FPS, MMO
- Appearance: 08/10/2016
This time, the creators of Joe Danger delight players with a sci-fi game: in No Man’s Sky, we can walk around and get to know a randomly generated universe.