Humble THQ Bundle adds Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War

THQ has made an already good deal better today, adding real-time strategy game Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War to those who pay more than the average selling price for the Humble THQ Bundle.

As of this writing, the average selling price is $5.64 for the name-your-own-price bundle, which now includes nine games with the addition of the 2006 title from developer Relic Entertainment. Last week, THQ added Titan Quest and Red Faction: Armageddon's Path to War DLC. As of this writing, THQ has sold 76,7705 bundles. Total earnings now top $4.3 million.

The bundle began on Nov. 29, offering seven THQ games available as Steam downloads for Windows PCs. Within a day, the bundle topped over $2 million. By early December, THQ's stock had begun to gain value, apparently as a result of the Humble THQ Bundle.

Top contributors include THQ CEO Brian Farrell who paid $1,650, and THQ president Jason Rubin, who paid $1,050. The contributor in the third position with $1,600.48 self-identifies as, developer of World of Tanks. The top 10 also includes three people who identify themselves as employees of Havok, likely Brian Waddle, vice president worldwide sales and marketing and David Coghlan, managing director.

You can check out the Humble THQ Bundle, which ends on Dec. 12, here.

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