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Warhammer fans, are you in for a treat. The folks over at Humble Bundle is having a bit of a spree, with three of their bundles currently geared towards the world of Warhammer 40,000.

 The latest is a bunch of audiobooks, titled The Humble Audiobook Bundle: Voices from the Worlds of Warhammer. These audio dramas include tales such as Fabius Bile: Repairer of Ruin, The Calculus of Battle and Dark Imperium, but also features titles from Horus Heresy, set in the same universe but much earlier. As always, these bundles start at $1 for the lowest tier, working their way up to $15 on the highest end.

If you don’t know anything about the Warhammer world, may we suggest you start with the Humble Warhammer Bundle, that includes some of the original games. The first tier, available for a measly $1, contains the RTS classic Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War, as well as the digital version of the Talisman board game. As you progress through the price ranges you receive games such as the rather strange American football/Warhammer mix Blood Bowl 2, and classics such as Dawn of War III and End Times – Vermintide.

Last but not least you also have the Games Workshop Warhammer Week, where there are loads of discount on a number of Warhammer titles. A quick browse shows -75% off on the Dawn of War Franchise Pack, going for $35, and -75% off on Warhammer 40,000 Ultimate Collection on sale for $47.  

Keep in mind, these bundles don’t last forever, so rather jump in quick and get them before missing out completely.

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