Humble Bundle has revealed another amazing offer for PC gamers that will undoubtedly generate loads of cash for charities. This one is called the Humble Origin Bundle, and as the title indicates, it's packed full of triple-A games from Electronic Arts spanning multiple genres. It will be available for the next 13 days or so, and so far the average purchase price is $4.74 USD.
According to Humble Bundle, some of the resulting money will go towards paying the company's bills while EA/Origin's portion will be donated to five charities: the Human Rights Campaign, the American Red Cross, Watsi, the American Cancer Society, and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. Customers will have control over how much each charity will receive from their purchase, and how much Humble Bundle will receive to pay for bandwidth, the promotion and so on.
As with the previous Humble Bundles, gamers pay for what they want as long as it’s a buck ($1) or more. In this package, titles include Dead Space, Dead Space 3, Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box, Crysis 2 Maximum Edition, Mirror's Edge and Medal of Honor. Both Origin and Steam codes will be provided for each save for Dead Space 3 which is Origin only. Pay more than the current average, and receive Battlefield 3 (Origin only), The Sims 3 plus the Starter Pack (Origin only), and the soundtracks for both.
So far this particular bundle has generated just over $3.6 million USD across more than 400,000 purchases, with the numbers climbing as we type. The largest purchases so far include $1,256, $1,000, $510.42, $500 and $300. Consumers can pay set amounts including $10, $25, $50 and $100, or choose a custom amount. The bundle can even be purchased as a gift, allowing customers to provide the receiving gamer a special URL that will provide the gaming goods.
All games received in this bundle are for Windows PC only save for The Sims 3 and the Starter Pack which is also available for Mac. This Starter Pack includes The Sims 3 Late Night Expansion Pack and The Sims 3 High-End Loft Stuff. On their own, all of these EA titles would cost about $215 in-store and via online distribution platforms.