Save up to 90% on Alan Wake 2, Death Stranding & more at Humble

Joel Loynds
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Humble’s latest deal is all about story-driven games, including some of the best from 2023 like Alan Wake 2, and gaming’s finest.

Humble is running a story-driven sale, “Start your Story Sale”, which includes hundreds of titles. Among them are newer games like Resident Evil 2, and a solid selection of others like Kentucky Route Zero.

Among the hundreds, Alan Wake 2 is currently on sale, with 20% off both versions of the game. While the game has been included on Epic Games Store’s most recent sales, this is one of the first outside of that. Alan Wake 2 was published by Epic Games and hasn’t seen a Steam release just yet. As such, it’s only redeemable on Epic.

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However, the platform it’s locked behind on PC shouldn’t stop you from experiencing it. The game is the culmination of multiple ideas from developer Remedy’s past. It manipulates the world in ways that are unparalleled and features music sequences that are still stuck in our brains.

Meanwhile, the legendary story-focused game, Disco Elysium: Final Cut, is also on sale. You can score one of the funniest, but heart-wrenching games from the last few years with 75% off. It’s truly one of a kind, especially as the drama behind the scenes has all but confirmed a sequel is pretty much off the table.

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Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Editions & more included in sale

For those looking for more adventures in the Forgotten Realms, Baldur’s Gate 1 & 2’s Enhanced Editions are both up for sale with major discounts. You can pick both up with 70% off, and while you’ll need to take a step back from the modern niceties of the third game, they’re still killer adventures.

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Death Stranding gets deep discounts at Humble

Death Stranding 2, now dubbed “On The Beach“, just got its first major showing. If you’re confused by the various characters and what’s even happening in Kojima’s latest, it might be time to trek through Death Stranding.

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The game isn’t a “walking simulator”, but a vast and lonely adventure of a man trying to pull the pieces of society together. Those long treks across the wastes are both petrifying and puzzling, with its story going off the rails almost immediately. It’s a fascinating game that no one should miss.

Save 70% on this truly bizarre game in the Humble sale

Also included is Press X to Not Die, a full-motion video game about the world turning on itself. It’s up to you to solve the mysteries and of course, press X to not die. It’s utterly ridiculous, poorly made in just the best ways, the only kind of parody that video games can make.

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About The Author

E-Commerce Editor. You can get in touch with him over email: joel.loynds@dexerto.com. He's written extensively about video games and tech for over a decade for various sites. Previously seen on Scan, WePC, PCGuide, Eurogamer, Digital Foundry and Metro.co.uk. A deep love for old tech, bad games and even jankier MTG decks.