Who doesn’t like charity? Charitable acts make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. The latest Humble Bundle once again allows you to show some goodwill to your fellow real-life humans before crushing virtual humans in massive-scale RTS battles. Yep, Creative Assembly’s Total War is the star of the latest bundle.
The “pay what you want” level of the bundle gets you the original Shogun: Total War Collection, Medieval II: Total War, in-game gold for Total War Battles: Kingdom, beta access to Total War: Arena as well as a 3D printable bust, several Total War eBooks, the soundtrack for Total War: Rome, an illustrated campaign map for the upcoming Total War: Warhammer (the website doesn’t specify, but it’s safe to bet that this is a digital map), and Viking: Battle for Asgard.
Paying more than the average gets you the original Medieval: Total War and Empire: Total War collections. There’s also a coupon for a 66% discount on Total War: Attila, and in-game coins for Total War: Arena. More games are set to be added to the bundle next week, so maybe it will see the addition of Shogun 2.
The $15 tier gets you Total War: Rome II, two campaign packs, and two culture packs. There’s also a $30 tier that gets you a TW shirt, and the website says worldwide shipping is included. In case you’re wondering, the proceeds from this bundle benefit five causes: SpecialEffect, Royal Surrey Hospital, Willow Foundation, Walking with the Wounded [UK], and Boon Lotts Elephant Sanctuary. It’s nice to know that your money can benefit both your Steam games list and some worthy causes.