2K has today announced that folks are now able to get hold of a Humble Borderlands Bundle, with proceeds going to the National Videogame Museum.

The Humble Borderlands Bundle is set to run from now until July 7th.

Starting at the lowest tier, people can pay whatever they want and recieve the original Borderlands as well as The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned, Mad Moxxi’s Underdome Riot and The Secret Armory of General Knox DLC packs.

Meanwhile folks who stump up the current average ($5.75 at the time of writing) or more, will get Borderlands 2 and a variety of DLC expansion packs including the Psycho Pack, Mechromancer Pack and Creature Slaughterdome. Paying the average or more will also nab a voucher that gives 75% off Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel at the 2K store, while more games and content that will be added to this tier at the midway point of the offer on June 3oth.

Finally, people who fork out for the premium tier at $15 or more recieve the Borderlands 2: Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2 and Borderlands 2: Headhunter 5: Son of Crawmerax content packs in addition to the Borderlands 2 Season Pass and a 25% off merchandise coupon for use at the 2K Store.

So, you can basically get a whole bunch of first-person shooting and looting action at a very reasonable price, all the while supporting charity in the process.

Everybody wins!

You can nab your very own Humble Borderlands Bundle here.

Source: 2K/Humble Bundle

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