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Humble is celebrating all things from the realm of automobile racing with an entire week's worth of a sale on PC-based racing games.

Specifically, that means games like Dirt Rally, BeamNG.drive, Spintires, The Crew, Carmageddon: Max Damage and even Valentino Rossi: The Game (which is a thing that exists) are all up for grabs with up to 85 per cent off right now.

It also sees the first major post-launch discount for Road Redemption, a game that positions itself as the spiritual successor to EA's Road Rash series of motorcycle combat games. That one is currently 25 per cent off, bringing the price down to 11.24 / $14.99 for the time being.

One glaring omission, sadly, is the Forza series, as those titles are only available via the official Windows Store for now. Nevertheless, this is a good batch of titles if you're into your racing games. Here are some highlights:

  • Assetto Corsa for 9.19 / $11.99
  • Dirt Rally for 9.99 / $14.99
  • BeamNG.drive for 15.19 / $19.9
  • Dirt 4 for 22.49 / $29.99
  • Motorsport Manager for 8.49 / $11.89
  • Road Redemption for 11.24 / $14.99
  • Spintires for 2.99 / $4.49
  • Valentino Rossi: The Game for 5.99 / $9.99
  • Carmageddon: Max Damage for 3.74 / $4.99
  • Trackmania Turbo for 17.49 / $19.99
  • The Crew Ultimate Edition for 15.99 / $19.99

Racing Sale Week from Humble Store

Perhaps the biggest tragedy here is that there's absolutely no sign of Daytona USA.

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