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Game sign-up: Humble Choice shuts down Linux and macOS

Game sign-up: Humble Choice shuts down Linux and macOS

Humble has announced widespread changes to its Humble Choice subscription, which Linux and macOS users have left. Part of the change is specifically a unified launcher that brings all the subscription parts of the game under one roof. Humble said that this launcher will only work on Windows.

As a result of this change, users will lose access to games from Humble Trove. This includes more than 70 games that all Choice members have been able to play for free so far. In the future, many – but apparently not all – of these games will be incorporated into the uniform launcher as the “Modest Game Collection”.

However, if you can no longer use this launcher in your operating system, you will not be able to download games anymore. While Windows users can still download at least some games from Humble Trove, users of Linux and macOS are falling out of the way.

The good news: Games can still be downloaded on all operating systems for a few days before the launcher is released. Humble is currently notifying Choice subscribers about upcoming subscription changesIt will be implemented on the first of February. This info mail states that Trove games can still be installed until January 31st. They will still be playable without restrictions even after February 1st. However, there is no longer any way to link it without the launcher.

It is still unclear which games will move from Humble Trove to the new Humble Games collection. in one Blog entry Humble writes about “more than 50 indie games,” and the current Trove library contains 71 games. More addresses will also be moved from Trove to a new region called “Vault”.

As part of the change, Humble is also discontinuing all previous subscription models and replacing them with a single plan: $12 per month that gives access to the new Humble Games Collection and regular free giveaways. It is not yet known how much Humble Choice will cost in Germany from February 1.


(Duha)

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