The Capcom 2022 Summer Bundle is out and you can get a total of of nine games and two vouchers by purchasing the highest-tier bundle. We’ve outlined below the cost of each bundle as well as what it includes. The ratings are based on Steam reviews.
We’ll also take a deeper look at the bundle after the breakdown, as we’ve noticed all of these titles are already on sale on Steam. However, buying through Humble Bundle supports the ACLU and The Trevor Project. It has currently raised $232,002.
2 Item Bundle – $1
- Strider (86% positive rating)
- Bionic Commando (75% positive)
7 Item Bundle – $10
- Strider and Bionic Commando, included in the previous bundle.
- DmC: Devil May Cry (92% positive)
- Ultra Street Fighter IV (96% positive)
- Street Fighter V (79% positive)
- Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen (89% positive)
- A 50% off coupon for Street Fighter V – Champion Edition Upgrade Kit
11 Item Bundle – $20+
- Everything included in the 7 item bundle, as well as:
- Devil May Cry 5 (96% positive)
- Devil May Cry HD Collection (94% positive)
- MONSTER HUNTER: WORLD (92% positive)
- 50% off coupon for Monster Hunter Rise.
Direct Buy Comparison
Interestingly enough, all of the games included in the Humble Bundle are currently on sale on steam, with discounts ranging from 49% to 84%. If you only care about some of the titles, here’s the individual price of each title (assuming you’d buy it while it’s on sale), as well as a comparison between buying each bundle vs. buying their components individually.
While the individual prices will be listed exactly as they currently are on Steam, for the totals I’m rounding everything up because math is hard.
Bundle 1: Two Games, $1
- Strider is $4.49.
- Bionic Commando is $1.99
- Total: $6.50.
- Buying this bundle saves you $5.50.
Bundle 2: Six Games, One Coupon, $10
- Previous bundle’s games cost $6.50.
- DmC: Devil May Cry is $7.49.
- Ultra Street Fighter IV is $3.74.
- Street Fighter V is $4.99.
- Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is $4.79.
- The coupon for Street Fighter V – Champion Edition Upgrade Kit – assuming it does not stack with the current Steam sale, is worthless unless used after the Steam sale is over. This DLC is currently 50% off on Steam, coming in at $12.49. We’ll disregard this for our total.
- Total: $27.50.
- This bundle saves you $17.50.
Bundle 3: Nine Games, Two Coupons, $20
- Previous bundle’s games cost $27.50.
- Devil May Cry 5 (including Vergil as a playable character) is $9.89.
- Devil May Cry HD Collection is also $9.89.
- MONSTER HUNTER: WORLD is $14.99.
- The coupon for Monster Hunter Rise – assuming it does not stack with the current Steam sale, is worthless unless used after the Steam sale is over. Monster Hunter Rise is 49% off on Steam and comes in at $30.59. We’ll disregard this for our total.
- Total: $62.27.
- This bundle saves you $42.27.
This is still a good deal if you intend to play most of these games, but if you’re only looking for a few titles, it might be better to buy them individually while they are still on sale. Naturally, the Humble Bundle has the added bonus of donating their profits to charity.
The Humble Bundle states that this bundle’s full value is roughly $225, but it fails to mention that every single title on this list is currently on sale, which feels slightly disingenuous. We’ve shown that its current value is roughly $62.27.
This offer ends in 7 days and 4 hours as of this post.
What do you think of this promotion? Is the selection of games strong enough to buy the biggest bundle? Let us know in the comments below!
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