Humble Bundle is transitioning to a subscription-based model

You may have heard of Humble Choice or maybe purchased it if you don’t enjoy paying full price for video games. This is a pay-what-you-want service where you gain access to a particular amount of games based on how much you spend. Your contributions would also benefit charities and developers.

Nevertheless, the service’s creators recently announced a shift in their business plan, which would see them transition to a subscription model. It will no longer provide tiers to customers, instead making everything more equal by charging 12 per month and giving everyone access to the same amount of games and services.

Although this is good for the firm since it encourages people to pay on a regular basis rather than making one-time purchases, there is some bad news. The bad news is that the corporation will be introducing a new launcher programme that will not be compatible with macOS or Linux PCs as part of a transition to a new subscription structure.

This implies that on February 1, 2022, users of macOS and Linux PCs will no longer be able to access the Humble Trove’s DRM-free titles. Gamers on those platforms will have until January 31st to download the games and retain them as part of their own collection, since they will no longer be available after that date.