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By 27 July 2018 | Categories: news

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It’s not often that you get stuff for free, so when the opportunity arises, take it. Over at Humble Bundle they are giving away Guns of Icarus Alliance (GIA_ for mahala. Basically, you’ve got a day to get the game, plus afterwards get 10% off Humble Monthly. If you’re a fan of steampunk, even better.

GIA is the expanded edition of developers Muse’s flagship title Guns of Icarus Online, the original player-vs-player steampunk airship combat game. The game features all of the content from the original title, but with the addition of player-vs-environment cooperative experiences, an ongoing war between six elite factions vying for control of a world ravaged by machines, and an ever-changing world that is constantly being shaped and reshaped by the players. Players can take on the roles of pilots, gunners and engineers, working together as a single unit to maximize their airship’s effectiveness and own the skies.

With a 78% rating on Steam (Mostly Positive), GIA is a challenging title, and you will need a Steam account to claim the game.

Furthermore, Humble Bundle is also hosting an RPG Weekend where there’s some decent discounts to be had on, you guessed it, RPG games. The Witcher 3 for example, goes for $19.99 (The Witcher 2 is $2.99), while Kingdom Come: Deliverance retails for, cough, $41.99. There’s also a number of Borderland titles available, plus games from the Tyranny series.

Head over to Humble Bundle now, or watch the trailer for GIA below to see if you’re interested.

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