Another console-centric Humble Bundle has appeared, this time in conjunction with the publishing house behind Mafia, XCOM, and Borderlands. The Humble 2K PlayStation Bundle offers a three-tiered collection of game across all three current Sony platforms: the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Vita. Of course, the real point is donating to various charities, but cheap video games are a pretty solid incentive.
The first tier, which is for users who pay at least a dollar, includes XCOM: Enemy Unknown Plus (Vita), Civilization Revolution 2 Plus (Vita), The Bureau: XCOM Declassified (PS3, includes DLC), and Evolve (PS4). The second tier, Beat the Average, includes XCOM: Enemy Within (PS3), BioShock (PS3), Battleborn (PS4, includes Platinum VC), Borderlands (PS3), Borderlands 2 Ultimate Edition (PS3), Mafia II (PS3), and Spec Ops: The Line (PS3). Finally, paying at least $20 unlocks the final tier and XCOM 2 (PS4).
The featured charity for this Humble Bundle is Covenant House. The Covenant House is an organization built to provide aid to homeless and trafficked youth. The organization works to provide food, shelter, legal help, counseling, education, employment and more.
Source: Humble Bundle