Gamers can get 12 blockbuster horror games worth more than £260 for only £27 in huge deal

GAMER can get a £260 Resident Evil pack of 12 for just £27 as part of a unique fundraising scheme.

So if the nice offer isn’t enough to lure you in, the money spent will help replant trees and teach kids to code.

Offer ends August 23rd


Offer ends August 23rdPhoto credit: Resident Evil

The money will support the charities One Tree Planted and

However, you can also pay more if you are generous.

The offer is currently available at Modest.

Here is a full list of games you would receive:

  • Resident Evil Village
  • 25% off Resident Evil Village – Winters Expansion Coupon
  • Resident Evil 3 Remake
  • Resident Evil 2 Remake
  • Resident Evil 7
  • Resident Evil 6
  • Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition
  • Resident Evil 4 (2005)
  • Resident Evil 0
  • Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Deluxe Edition
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  • Resident Evil: Revelations

If £27 is too much for you, or you don’t want all 12 titles, you can get 10 games for £15.65 – albeit without the popular Resident Evil Village.

However, there are also cheaper offers.

For just £7.82 you get seven games.

And for £2.34 you can get three.

The offer ends on August 23rd, so you’ll have some time to think about your purchase before jumping into the 12-title gaming frenzy.

The games can be redeemed on Steam for Windows PCs and laptops.

However, we recommend that you check the full system requirements before purchasing to ensure your device supports the games.

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