GTA V And More Discounted On Humble Store

You know what’s better than being able to buy GTA V for cheaper than the usual price? Supporting charity while buying GTA V – and other Rockstar games – for cheaper than the usual price. The gaming community’s favorite third party digital distributor, the Humble Bundle is hosting a sale on all Rockstar published titles on the Humble Store, their non-bundle distribution platform.


The Humble Bundle is a unique initiative in the industry wherein certain bundles of games, books, movies and other software are made temporarily available on a pay-what-you-want basis. Some of the contents of the bundle are walled off behind tiers, meaning you can still get some of the goods for a buck, but you’ll need to pay $5 at least for some of the shinier products.

Even so, the Humble Bundle has always been one of the cheapest ways of acquiring quality games. The other thing that sets it apart – and gives reason for people to pay more than the minimum for their desired tier – is that a percentage of your payment goes to charity. You can set how much goes to the developers, how much to the guys at Humble Bundle and how much to whichever charity is sponsored.


The current Rockstar sales sees not only GTA V discounted by 33%, but Shark Card Bundles are cheaper too, with bigger rates for bigger cards. Beyond these, every single entry in the store under Rockstar is on sale except for the L.A. Noire DLC bundle and the Max Payne 3 Rockstar Pass.

All of the GTA games other than V and the Complete Pack have gone below the 5€. The mentioned complete pack, which contains III, Vice City, San Andreas, IV and Episodes from Liberty City (that’s a massive amount of value. You could spend months playing all that) for just 9.99 €.

Will you be picking up anything in the Humble Rockstar sale?

Aron Gerencser
Aron is responsible for the bulk of the news posts that you’ll find on GTA BOOM each and every day. He loves getting involved with the community and is an avid fan of all things Rockstar Games. When not covering GTA news, playing an RPG or anything sci-fi related, Aron spends his time working on his novel.


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