Horus Heresy: Humble Bundle – Hurry

Do some good and get in on the white hot Horus Heresy Humble Bundle from Black Library.

This one is going strong. With 1 week remaining, there have been 28,000 purchases so far, raising almost $400,000 for charity.  Here’s the details:


The Humble Book Bundle: The Horus Heresy presented by Black Library

Stop. Warhammer time. Black Library is here, and it’s just as awesome as it sounds. We put together some of the best titles from their series The Horus Heresy, so if you want to learn about the galaxy-spanning civil war that happened 10,000 years before Games Workshop’s epic game Warhammer 40,000, you’ve come to the right bundle.

Pay $1 or more. All together, this content would cost over $376. Here at Humble Bundle, though, you name your price of $1 or more – and increase your contribution to upgrade your bundle!

Read them anywhere. The books are available in PDF, ePUB, and MOBI formats (instructions are here); the comics are available in PDF, ePub, and CBZ formats (instructions are here); and the audiobooks are available as MP3 and FLAC files (instructions are here).

Redeem on Steam. The “Prospero Expansion” DLC is available on Steam for Windows and Mac. It requires the base game Talisman: The Horus Heresy (not included).

Support charity. Choose where the money goes – between the publisher, Games Workshop/Black Library; the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights (via USA Association for UNHCR); and, if you’d like, a second charity of your choice via the PayPal Giving Fund. For details on how this works, click here. If you like what we do, you can leave us a Humble Tip too!

The Hunble Bundle Tiers:

$1 or more gets you:

$8 or more gets you:

$15 or more gets you:

The Humble Book Bundle: The Horus Heresy presented by Black Library

~ Get in on the offer while you can and do some good for the UNHCR

  • Shawn

    I knew about this, since I got an email about it, but thanks for the reminder. Come payday, I’ll be jumping on this for sure.

    • orionburn

      Same here. I already have most of the early HH books in paper, but am behind on the newer books and wanted to start over. This is a handy way to do that and can’t beat the price.

      • Shawn

        Absolutely agree. I wouldn’t have started the Horus Heresy at all, if not for the bundle because everyone knows how it ends, and the first book, Horus Rising, has way too much character development/prep time to actually get into the story, so I’ve heard.

  • I bought it when it was announced, too good a deal not to

  • Emprah

    Oh good, hopefully people will buy BFGA, it is a fun game but the pvp mode is getting too little players.