The New Humble Monthly Will Get You Quake Champions, Elder Scrolls Online, and More

The New Humble Monthly Will Get You Quake Champions, Elder Scrolls Online, and More

More to come at the end of the month.

We're into October now, which means many things - the Fall is now in full swing, Halloween is fast approaching and, perhaps most crucially, there's a brand new batch of Humble Monthly games up for grabs.

For the uninitiated, Humble Monthly is, as you may have figured out already, a monthly subscription service that the folks from Humble Bundle put out, that'll get you a stack of Steam keys and other DRM-free games, all for $12 per month.

The way the system works is that at the start of each month, one or two of the games from that month's batch will unlock early, allowing you to get playing right away. Then, at the end of the month, a cavalcade of other games will join it. Last month saw Rise of the Tomb Raider as the early unlock, which was then followed up with a set of others.

This month, signing up now will get you instant access to The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited as well as Quake Champions. In addition, you'll also get some bonus content for The Elder Scrolls: Legends, including two Skyrim card packs, an event ticket, and more.

For Quake Champions, along with the game itself, you'll be getting the following extra bits:

  • 50 Shards
  • 100 Platinum
  • 2000 Favor
  • Ranger Champion
  • BJ Blazkowicz Champion

For Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, you'll be getting the game alongside 750 in-game crowns, 15 days of 'ESO Plus' and the best part of the offer - an in-game pig vanity pet. Because who doesn't want to run around Tamriel, fighting demons with a Bristlegut Pig but their side?

If all of that sounds like your kind of thing, you can sign up to the Humble Monthly for $12 now and get it all. The rest of the games will be unveiled when they land in your inbox on the first week of November.

Elder Scrolls Online, Quake Champions and Elder Scrolls: Legends content for $12 with Humble Monthly

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Jamie Wallace

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Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

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