YOU can bag a bundle of more than 1,700 video games for just $5 – or £3.99.
The staggeringly good-value deal is part of a charity deal, with all proceeds going to funds in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
It’s called the Bundle For Racial Justice And Equality, and is estimated at a value of $5,700 (£4,550).
Anyone can buy the bundle right now on itch.io – with all games available as PC downloads.
The initial goal was $5million, but now roughly $7million has been raised.
That’s courtesy of $680,000 contributors who donated just over $10 on average.
And the top donor contributed an incredible $5,000.
The bulk of games in the bundle are indie titles, including iconic titles like Celeste and Super Hexagon.
All proceeds from the bundle go to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and the Community Bail Fund, with a 50/50 split.
There won’t be any Steam (or other external) keys for your purchases.
Instead, you can just directly download the games from the itch.io page.
But it’s a limited-time offer, so you’ve got less than a day to claim it.
The offer ends at midnight tonight LA time, 3am tomorrow NY time, or 8am UK time tomorrow morning.
“We live in a time of racial injustice, inequality, and police brutality against black people,” said the project creators.
“We hope that everyone takes a stand in any way that they can.
“We reached out to our community and an unprecedented number of creators donated over 740 projects to be part of what we believe is the largest bundle ever.”
That was followed by a later update with even more games.
“The bundle has been a huge success so far, and many more developers have submitted their projects,” the project creators wrote.
“We’ve added a new round of games and more. All previous and future buyers get instant access.
“There are now 1,000 projects included.”
In other news, the PlayStation 5 has finally been unveiled – and there are two PS5 models.
The design is already proving controversial, with loads of hilarious PS5 memes circulating online.
And here’s the full list of 25 PS5 games revealed during last week’s Sony ‘The Future of Gaming’ event.
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