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The full Black Ops 4 package is $12 as part of the Humble Monthly Bundle

Black Ops 4 is the latest Humble Monthly early unlock

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May 29, 2019 Full Black Ops 4 is now part of the Humble Monthly Bundle.

When early purchases for the latest Humble Monthly Bundle went live, the headline game was Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Battle Edition – a slightly stripped-down version of the game which offered full multiplayer and battle royale options, but no zombies. Just before orders for the month close, however, the offering has been expanded to include the entire Black Ops 4 package.

Black Ops 4 typically sells for $59.99 on Battle.net, so the $12 price for the Humble Monthly subscription is a substantial savings. This purchase comes with a handful of digital extras, including an extra outfit for all specialists, a gesture, and skull-themed calling cards, emblems, stickers, and tags.

Orders are open until June 7, and on that date all of the bundle’s mystery games will be revealed and made available to those who’ve bought in. You can grab the bundle for yourself on the official site. The subscription also gets you 10% off Humble Store purchases and access to the Humble Trove’s selection of DRM-free classics, indies, and original titles.

If you want to get a taste of the latest PC Call of Duty, now’s a good time – the full reveal for Call of Duty 2019 is set to take place tomorrow.

The early unlocks for last month’s bundle included Assassin’s Creed Origins and musical platformer Wandersong. May’s full lineup featured To the Moon follow-up Finding Paradise, high school-themed party game Monster Prom, point-and-click adventure The Journey Down Chapter Three, “digital voyeur simulator” Do Not Feed the Monkeys, and multiplayer XCOM-like I’m Not a Monster.

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Black Ops 4 was one of our GotY 2018 picks, and it’s continued to get a bunch of new additions ever since launch – even if we’ve had to wait a bit for them compared to our PlayStation compatriots.