Before Black Friday, New PC Sale Discounts 1000-Plus Games And Gives One Away Free

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The Humble Store, the digital PC game storefront of Humble Bundle, has launched a Fall sale. There are more than 1000 games on sale, while Humble is also offering Double Fine's metal music-themed action game Brutal Legend completely free for a limited time.

Some of the notable Humble Fall Sale deals include Project Cars 2 ($36), Planet Coaster ($20.24), the Metro Redux bundle ($6), Street Fighter V ($20), L.A. Noire Complete Edition ($18), and Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen ($12). Additionally, Resident Evil 7 is down to $30, while Dead Rising 4 is down to $24. Some of the other deals include Hotline Miami ($2.50), Hatoful Boyfriend ($2.50), and Alien: Isolation The Collection ($10). In most cases, the games are available on Steam and Windows 10, but be sure to check the specific product page for availability. Go to Humble's website to see a rundown of all the deals.

As for the Brutal Legend freebie, it's available for $0.00 through Wednesday, November 22. You can grab it right here. Released in 2009, Brutal Legend stars Jack Black as the voice and likeness of a roadie named Eddie Riggs. Due to some cosmic weirdness, he gets sucked into a world inspired by metal music. The game has a killer soundtrack featuring songs by Ozzy Osbourne, Motorhead, Skid Row, Iced Earth, Black Sabbath, and Mastodon, among many others. Musicians such as Ozzy Osbourne, Lita Ford, Rob Halford, and Lemmy Kilmister appear in the game, as does actor Tim Curry.

These offers come just days ahead of Black Friday, where you'll be able to save big on lots and lots of games, as well as hardware and accessories. You can check out the links below to find out more about what's on sale this year. Additionally, it's rumoured that Steam's own Black Friday sale will kick off later this week, so keep checking back for more.

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