Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War joins Humble THQ Bundle

Dec 10, 2012
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The Humble THQ Bundle has just two days left before coming to a close, and it's apparently looking to go out with a bang. The bundle was already an excellent offering that brought together some of THQ's biggest titles for some name-your-price insanity, but the deal just got even sweeter with the addition of Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Game of the Year Edition. The game, as many of you are aware, is the first title in THQ's much-loved Dawn of War series, and it is now available to those who pay more than the average of $5.64.

Of course, if you've already purchased the Humble THQ Bundle, you don't have to do anything other than head to your download page, where a code for the game will be waiting for you. The addition of Dawn of War brings the total number of games up to seven, and that isn't even counting the expansions that are included in the bundle. You get to name one price for all of them too, which makes this one of the best gaming deals of the year.

Unsurprisingly, the Humble THQ Bundle has managed to bring in more than $4.3 million, with that money being split between THQ, Child's Play, the American Red Cross, and the folks who put these bundles together. Those who purchase the bundle get to determine how much of their money goes where, and are given Steam codes for the games they purchase. Soundtracks for five of the games are included in each bundle purchase as well, so there's a lot of content crammed into this latest Humble Bundle.

With nearly 770,000 bundles sold amd two days left to go, we wouldn't be surprised in the least if the Humble THQ Bundle manages to break $5 million by the time everything is said and done. Needless to say, we think this is a pretty great idea and would like to see more publishers opt for a Humble Bundle of their own, even though the chances of that happening seem pretty slim. If you've been thinking of picking up the Humble THQ Bundle but haven't taken the dive yet, you better make your decision quick - things will be winding down here pretty soon, after all.


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