LEGO now offers a special bundle offer on Humble Bundle, in partnership with Warner Bros.
Humble Bundle surprised LEGO fans and followers earlier this week. The platform has teamed up with Warner Bros. Games for its newest “Built To Bundle” offer.
The collection combines seven notable and premium video games from the franchise. It even includes the DC Super-Villains Deluxe Edition and Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Premium Edition, according to Comic Book Resources.
LEGO games on Humble Bundle
The publication said that the other LEGO video games in the bundle are Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, Ninjago Movie Video Game, Marvel’s Avengers, Marvel Super Heroes 2 Deluxe Edition, and Worlds. For a price of $1, the buyer will receive the “Ninjago” title.
CNET explained the purchasing concept in Humble Bundle. As noted, buyers can pay anything they want, even for a dollar or two.
But, the more gamers pay, the more titles will be unlocked. Accordingly, buyers will be able to purchase the whole bundle for a price of AU$12 or more.
All of the titles are redeemable on Steam, and they run on Windows. This is a steal, considering that the seven LEGO video games are worth over AU$274.
Paying it forward to charities
Aside from the low costs, buyers may choose where the payments should go and how much for each tier. They have all the freedom to select the amount of contribution that will go to the publisher, the charity, and the platform, Humble.
Humble’s LEGO “Built To Bundle” has a designated charity. The set contributions will directly go to Stop AAPI Hate, which is a national coalition addressing anti-Asian racism if buyers do not specify any other charity.
The offer is limited, though. Interested buyers only have until May 6 to grab the collection. Over 19,000 bundles have since been sold across the globe, according to the platform’s website.
LEGO Masters Season 2
In other related news, LEGO Masters Season 2 is set to premiere on June 1. The reality competition show’s host Will Arnett recently confirmed the series’ arrival on social media.
Reports recalled that Arnett lent his voice for Batman’s character in The LEGO Movie. He is also reprising his role for the sequel, which will drop on theaters in 2022.
The Fox hit series debuted earlier in 2020. It housed a total of ten episodes, with each averaging about 5.5 million viewers. Accordingly, it is not surprising why the network immediately granted LEGO Masters another run on the platform.