Head To A Cyberpunk Future With Humble Bundle’s Library!

December 24, 2021 by fcostin

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The premise of looking to a Cyberpunk future seems exciting. Utilising cybernetic augmentation, human upgrade protocols, and morally questionable entertainment industry.

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Cyberpunk RPG // Humble Bundle

Humble Bundle have partnered up with R.Talsorian Games to bring Cyberpunk to your e-book library. With 30 different downloadable items available including Cyberpunk 2020 Core Book and a rough guide to Great Britain to bring the dark and gritty future to the streets of London.

The new bundle has a wealth of different products to jump into a Cyberpunk campaign, whether you want to study the fall, collapse and chaos of the US during the 21st Century in Home of the Brave, or jet-set around 19 different countries to access a new looming threat in Pacific Rim.

With access to several different titles worth £376.08 at retail, with the minimum amount to pitch in for the whole collection being £13.27.

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Free, you keep putting out articles about Humble Bundle, what does that mean?!

Well, as a platform, think of Humble Bundle as a cheeky deals website that goes to a good cause. Publishers, manufacturers and industry heads (from all different industries) partner up with a bundle of their favourite chosen goods for users to download and access worldwide for a huge fraction of the price. Ultimately, part of the money that users pay towards the product of their choice gets divvied out between a charity, the creator and Humble Bundle themselves. Where said money goes is down to the user.

Users can pick what they want, and pay what they want. Whether it be a whole collection, or some books here and there to fill some gaps.

There are 3 days left on the Humble Bundle campaign, so if you are keen on upgrading your library with some Cyberpunk spice, be sure to check out the awesome deal.

Will you be adding the Cyberpunk Humble Bundle Collection to your virtual library?

"Users can pick what they want, and pay what they want. Whether it be a whole collection, or some books here and there to fill some gaps..."

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