SEGA and Creative Assembly have teamed up with Humble Bundle earlier this week in order to bring Total War to gamers. This special bundle features a huge selection of games ranging from Shogun: Total War to Total War: ROME II: Emperor Edition.
If you decide to pay less than the average ($8.92 as of the time of this article), you will receive the following: Medieval II: Total War Collection, Shogun: Total War Collection, Viking: Battle for Asgard, an exclusive Total War: WARHAMMER Illustrated Campaign Map, Total War: ROME Original Soundtrack, Sword of Attila: A Total War Novel, two Osprey history books on the Roman Period, instant Beta access for Total War: ARENA, an exclusive Humble Warrior Geek Shield and Commander Leonidas Bust 3D Printer File for Total War Battles: KINGDOM, an exclusive Humble Banner Heraldry, and $10 of Gold for your Kingdom’s coffers.
Those who decide to pay more than the average will be able to receive everything above as well as Empire: Total War Collection, MEDIEVAL: Total War Collection, $10 of Gold for Total War: ARENA and a Humble Store coupon for 66% off of Total War: ATTILA.
If you opt to go for $15.00 or more, you’ll get everything in the previous two tiers as well as Total War: ROME II: Emperor Edition and the following DLC for the title: Wrath of Sparta Campaign Pack, Caesar in Gaul Campaign Pack, Nomadic Tribes Culture Pack and Pirates and Raiders Culture Pack.
The final tier is priced at $30, and contains every bit of content above as well as an exclusive limited edition Total War t-shirt.
For those who haven’t taken advantage of a Humble Bundle before, you can choose how your purchase dollars are allocated. You can divide them as you wish between the developers, Humble Bundle, and the charities that they are supporting. In terms of charities, this special bundle is supporting Willow Foundation, SpecialEffect, Royal Surrey Hospital, Walking with the Wounded (UK) and Boon Lotts Elephant Sanctuary (BLES).
If you want to take advantage of the Humble Total War Bundle, you have until September 29, 2015 at 11AM PDT/6PM BST.