Humble Choice Replaces Humble Monthly Subscription on December 6

Humble Monthly, Humble Bundle’s subscription plan offering a set amount of PC games at a fixed price every month, is changing to Humble Choice in December.
The new Humble Choice will remain a monthly subscription service but with a few differences from Humble Monthly. Games offered each month will no longer be a mystery and all will be revealed up front, but subscribers can only choose a certain number to keep forever depending on their plan.
The Basic plan allows members to choose three games every month for $14.99 per month or $134.99 for the year. It also comes with a 10% discount to the Humble Store, unlimited “published originals and betas,” and access to the Humble Trove catalog of DRM-free and Humble-published games.
The Premium plan offers nine games to choose every month for $19.99 per month or $179.99 for the year with a 20% Humble Store discount and unlimited access to originals and Humble Trove.
There is also a Limited plan that only offers the Humble Trove and no games to keep for $4.99 per month.
Current Humble Monthly subscribers can be grandfathered into the same plan they have been using, now titled Classic, before Humble Choice goes live on Dec. 6 at 1 p.m. ET.
The Classic plan will remain the same with 10 games to keep each month and the other perks listed in the Premium plan for $12 a month or $132 a year. Current subscribers will be automatically converted to Classic with an active or paused subscription, though members can check or lock in their plans here.
Humble Bundle, purchased by IGN in 2017, launched the Humble Monthly service in October 2015.
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