Who can say no to a massive Fallout 76 discount with an added donation to charity?
Feelgood Friday: The Humble Choice February Selection Has an Atomic-Scale Fallout 76 Discount
Aside from making us feel good by providing such a choice selection of games to own each month, the Humble Choice subscription service is a facet of the Humble Bundle digital storefront that donates five percent of the subscription fee to charity. Which isn't exactly a number to write home about, but it's a darn sight better than keeping every penny of the profits.
This month's featured charity is npower, an organisation that empowers individuals from underserved communities to jump from poverty into the middle class. Their vision is to help create a future in which digital careers are accessible by anyone regardless of socio-economic background, ethnicity, or gender.
Humble Choice offers up a selection of games to keep every month for an $11.99 monthly subscription or $129 annual subscription. And while there's always a risk of being offered games that don't tickle your fancy, subscribers certainly get a lot of bang for their buck. Along with the added feelgood factor of knowing that a portion of the proceeds are going to good causes.
Fallout 76 is the Fallout MMO that has enjoyed a Final Fantasy XIV-style redemption arc since its poorly received release. Following a substantial series of updates that introduced such content as NPCs, Fallout 76 now stands as a solid game in its own right, and well worth the $11.99 price tag that Humble Choice members would receive it for.
To coincide with its appearance on the Humble Choice February lineup, a further Fallout 76 discount will be afforded to Humble Choice members in the form of 50% off Fallout 76: The Pitt Recruitment Bundle.
February is also Black History Month in the USA, which Humble Bundle is marking with a selection of eight games that were made by Black creators, and games that feature Black lead characters.