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Humble Bundle E3 Digital Ticket includes Rainbow Six Siege beta access

There's a whole lot being offered in Humble Bundle's E3 Digital Ticket, but the biggest item is arguably guaranteed beta access for the upcoming Rainbow Six Siege.


As expected, the folks at Humble Bundle are also celebrating E3 2015 and they're bringing together a massive group of games for this year's E3 Digital Ticket.

For this year, pay what you want for WildStar Standard Edition, a Warframe 7-day Credit and Affinity Booster Packs, Ghost Recon Phantoms E3 Avatar and Starter Packs, a Twitch Turbo 30-day subscription, a World of Warships closed beta key with bonus items and a World of Tanks invite code, a Magicka Wizard Wars exclusive staff and blade, Psychonauts with a 30 percent off coupon for Grim Fandango, a 10 percent coupon off anything else in the Humble Store, Payday 2 Electarodent and Titan masks, Company of Heroes, Age of Empires II HD Edition with the Forgotten expansion, and a SMITE Loki Pack and Xbox One beta key. Alright, take a breath, because that was a lot. But wait, there's more!

Pay more than the average to also get Medieval II: Total War with a Humble Store coupon for 25 percent off Total War: Attila, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege Guaranteed Beta Access Code (!), and a Cities in Motion 2 with a Humble Store coupon for 10 percent off of a Paradox Interactive game. Paying an extra two dollars above the average will also toss in Payday 2 with a Mask of the Moon and Borsuk mask.

That's a whole lot of goodness, with proceeds also benefitting the ESA Foundation charity. So be sure to visit Humble Bundle to jump on this now, because the average price is bound to rise. The E3 Digital Ticket is only available until this Friday at 8AM PT.

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