PS4 Humble Indie PlayStation Bundle 2019 Available Now

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PS4 Humble Indie PlayStation Bundle 2019 Available Now

Get a great deal on indie games and support charity with this limited-time promotion, available for just two weeks.

Humble’s first mixed-publisher bundle of PlayStation games is here, and this time, it’s indie. A great lineup of developers is teaming up with PlayStation for the Humble Indie PlayStation Bundle 2019, a limited-time promotion available at

The bundle will feature over $239 worth of games, all for PS4 (SIEA regions only). Like all Humble Bundles, it’s a brief offering, available only from 11 a.m. PT on January 29 until 11 a.m. PT on February 12.

If you’re not familiar with how Humble Bundles work, you pay what you want for your bundle, with higher tiers unlocking more games. No matter what price you choose, you can allow the default split of your payment or you can choose where the money goes: between the developers and publishers, Humble Bundle, and/or charity.

In the “Humble” tradition, the Humble Indie PlayStation Bundle 2019 contributes a portion of the proceeds to charity. When you purchase the bundle, you can support GameChanger, Save the Children, the Rett Syndrome Research Trust, and/or a charity of your choice from Humble’s list of over 30,000 organizations.

The following games are included in the bundle:

For $1 or more, you get:

  • Grim Fandango Remastered: This epic story of four years in the life (or death) of Manny Calavera, travel agent to the dead, has been remastered to look, sound, and control even better. Grim Fandango still stands as a classic of the genre, with unforgettable characters and unique combination of film noir and Mexican folklore.
  • The Bard’s Tale: Take on the role of the Bard, a sardonic and opportunistic musician and adventurer. You can choose the Bard’s responses toward other characters, and each choice changes the course of events in the game.
  • InnerSpace: An exploration flying game set in the Inverse, a world of inside-out planets with no horizons. Soar through ancient skies and abandoned oceans to discover the lost history of this fading realm, where gods still wander.

“Beat the average” price (at least 1¢ more than the current average bundle payment), to also get:

  • Layers of Fear: A first-person psychedelic horror game with a heavy focus on story and exploration. Delve deep into the mind of an insane painter and discover the secret of his madness as you walk through a vast and constantly changing Victorian-era mansion.
  • Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut – Standard Edition: Deck out your Ranger squad with the most devastating weaponry this side of the fallout zone, test the limits of your strategy skills, and bring justice to the wasteland. The choices are yours, but so are the consequences.
  • The Talos Principle: A philosophical first-person puzzle game. Players are tasked with solving a series of increasingly complex puzzles woven into a metaphysical parable about intelligence and meaning in an inevitably doomed world.
  • Broken Age: A timeless coming-of-age story of barfing trees and talking spoons. Vella Tartine and Shay Volta are two teenagers in strangely similar situations, but radically different worlds. The player can freely switch between their stories, helping them take control of their own lives and dealing with the unexpected adventures that follow.

Pay $15 or more to get everything above plus:

  • Killing Floor 2: The outbreak caused by Horzine Biotech’s failed experiment has quickly spread. Upon tracking specimen clone outbreaks, players will descend into zed-laden hot zones and exterminate them. Killing Floor 2 ramps up the gore with a proprietary, high powered persistent blood system.
  • Shadow Warrior 2: Wield a devastating combination of guns, blades, magic and wit to strike down the demonic legions overwhelming the world. Battle alongside allies online in four-player co-op or go it alone in spectacular procedurally-generated landscapes.

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  • Glad they changed up the games this time. Nothing for me unfortunately since some been on PS Plus or on Xbox one way or the other.

  • Always enjoy when you guys do PlayStation Humble Bundles. Thanks for another one.

  • Thanks for doing Humble Bundle!

  • Is anyone bought it? Is it one code for all again? I have some on ps+ and couple on pc. I want only shadow warrior 2 and talos principle, and gift rest to a friend. Is it possible?

    • It’s split by tiers. The $1 tier is one code, the beat the average tier is one code, and the $15 tier is one code.

    • they prevent it when they cut the games on three codes, so you use the code but only the game that you don’t own is charged and the key is wasted…

  • Uhh…. yeah great. I happen to own ALL these games except Innerspace though. :O

  • For those wondering. (just like the last time Humble had a PlayStation offering)
    You get 1 code from Humble, that when you redeem it on the PS Store you get the full lot of games in a single go, its not 1 code per title.

  • It’s a shame this is not available for any Aussie’s you love playstation.
    Spewing as most of those games are on my wishlist.

  • I love the PS+Humble deals but it’s an uber bummer to see Broken age and Fandango on it. These two games are always on every major sale, it’d be nice to see some other titles take their place for a change.

  • The Bard’s Tale is an amazing game. Great gameplay, story and legendary voice acting from Princess Bride and Robin Hood Men in Tights Star Cary Elwes and the amazing late Tony Jay as the Narrator. For $1 it’s a steal if you do not have it.

  • Why Sony is blocking the license provided through HB from igc games? Which ever the amount, we are paying for them. Grim fandango and broken age shouldn’t be blocked.

  • Got it as soon as it went live, i have never played Shadow Warrior but looking up trailers and review it was worth the cost just for that.

  • why does it impossible to activate in Europe?

  • Why is it when I redeemed my bundle keys, killing floor 2 and broken age remained licenced as ps plus games and didn’t get transfered over as a purchased / owned game?

    • Yep, sad but it’s how it works apparently, you need to be unsubscribed to ps plus to redeem the code and own the games otherwise the ps+ license will “void” the purchase of those games.

  • Im from Greece and i cant see my country at the post. Can i donate/buy the games or not?
    The bundle is only for US?

    • ———————————Read carefully.———————————————–

      Note: This bundle requires a PSN account registered to one of the following countries.

      SIEA Countries (Americas)

      (US) United States

      (CA) Canada

      (MX) Mexico

      (BR) Brazil

      (CL) Chile

      (AR) Argentina

      (PE) Peru

      (CO) Colombia

      (PA) Panama

      (CR) Costa Rica

      (EC) Ecuador

      (GT) Guatemala

      (SV) El Salvador

      (PY) Paraguay

      (HN) Honduras

      (BO) Bolivia

      (UY) Uruguay

      (NI) Nicaragua

  • Grim Fandango Remastered and The Bard’s Tale are both cross buy with PS Vita! That’s a nice unexpected bonus!

  • So many games I want to play. Where is the love for Aussies this time around?

    • @Inzombiack Anyone can buy and activate the bundle, you just need to make a US account. I used it to grab all the PSN bundles so far. Just activate it on your PS4 and download the games, and then log into your usual account to play them.

  • I took advantage and got them all. Perfect timing for me getting a PS4 Pro, my library just grew exponentially. Looking forward to future Humble Bundles.

  • Great deal! I wish Humble would do more deals like this. Can’t wait to kick on Shadow Warrior 2 and create some fun slashy mayhem! Also looking forward to trying out InnerSpace and Bard’s Tale!

    Does anyone know why, when you specify how much goes where, that the default setting gives less than half of the donation to charities? Seems like a bad practice. I like that you can adjust it, and realize that a piece needs to go to both developers and humble, but the main point of this is the charitable donation (or so I thought), so it seems to me that at least half of the donated funds should go to the charities.

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