“What’re ya buyin’?” Well, when it comes to the latest offer to come clawing its way out of the Resident Evil franchise, Humble Bundle has quite the deal for you. While there have been plenty of repackagings and rereleases over the year, you can now grab an absolute bargain right from under the nose of Umbrella.
Since we first stepped inside the dank halls of the Spencer Mansion in 1996, the Resiverse has been on an upward trajectory (excusing maybe Resident Evil 6). There’s been a resurgence since Resident Evil 7 reinvented the series in 2017, and we’ve also seen Capcom make bank on its remakes.
Resident Evil: Decades of Horror Village Edition Humble Bundle is a bargain
How would you like $335 of games for just $35? If you’re sold, simply head over to Humble Bundle and nab the Resident Evil: Decades of Horror Village Edition Humble Bundle for just that. For those new to Humble Bundle, you can donate what you want, but there’s a minimum threshold to meet.
There are 11 games in the bundle, with a 25% coupon off for the Resident Evil Village’s Winters Expansion. It means that you get at least one version of every mainline game in the series, including some big hitters like the 2019 and 2020 remakes of RE2 and RE3.
The full list includes *deep breath*
- Resident Evil Village
- Resident Evil 3 (2020)
- Resident Evil 2 (2019)
- Resident Evil 7 Biohazard
- Resident Evil 6
- Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition
- Resident Evil 4 (2005)
- Resident Evil 0
- Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Deluxe Edition / Includes Resident Evil Revelations 2 – Episode 1: Penal Colony
- Resident Evil HD Remaster
- Resident Evil Revelations
For those who don’t fancy the lot, you can donate just $20/£15 to skip out on Village and the coupon. Considering Village is still $40 on Steam, it’s one hell of a deal. You can also fill in the gaps and get the seven oldest games for just $10/£8.
It’s a shame 2023’s Resident Evil 4 remake hasn’t made the cut, but with it only just releasing, it was hardly going to be bundled in here. Remember, if you donate a little extra, some of the proceeds will go to One Tree Planted and Code.org.
Resident Evil is going from strength to strength
Capcom recently updated its best-selling games list, and while Monster Hunter World sits clear at the top with 19 million units sold and Monster Hunter Rise taking second with 13.2 million, Resident Evil take up six of the Top 10 slots – proving the franchise’s staying power.
Impressively, the Resident Evil 2 remake has leapfrogged the competition into third place with 12.6 million units sold. Resident Evil Village’s 12.4 million prove that newer entries are making their mark on the Resiverse. All of this is good news for the eventual release of Resident Evil 9.