Crash, Spyro and COD: WW2 are just £10/$12 in the latest Humble Monthly

A real scorcher of a bundle.

The November Humble Monthly bundle is giving up not one, not two, but three games in one of the most generous early unlocks so far.

You can pay £10/$12 to get access to Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy, Spyro Reignited Trilogy and Call of Duty: WW2 immediately. That's some crazy value for a trio of games that would cost well over £100 or $100 at full price!

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It makes a dramatic change from last month's bundle that only offered up Battletech as an early unlock when it was announced. Sonic Mania did follow a few weeks later, though. Now that we've entered October, the rest of the games in that bundle have also been announced. Subscribers should find The Spiral Scouts, Planet Alpha, Override: Mech City Brawl, Puss!, Avernum 3: Ruined World and Roman Sands now sitting in their library.

Going back to the November bundle, the rest of its games will be revealed in four week's time. You can expect a similar sort of number in total. With all the value seemingly front-loaded into these early unlocks, though, you can assume the indies will be well-represented.

Remember, even though Humble Monthly is a subscription service you can cancel at any time. That means you can sign up for the November bundle to get Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy, Spyro Reignited Trilogy and Call of Duty: WW2 for £10/$12 now. Then, cancel immediately and you won't get charged for next month's. You won't lose those games either as anything you've purchased is yours to keep forever.

However, there are some bonuses to being a Humble Monthly subscriber. You can get up to 20% off purchases through the Humble Store. Plus, you get access to the Humble Trove - a rolling library of free games that you can download and play DRM-free.

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