Today Video games mental health charity Safe In Our World in partnership with fanatical have announced their upcoming Winder Blues Bundle. The bundle which will feature thirteen games for PC along with two DLC’S will be available to purchase for $8.99 from february the 4th.
Games Included are:
- Dragons: Dawn of New Riders by Outright Games
- Adventure Time: Pirates of Enchiridion by Outright Games
- Payday 2 by Starbreeze
- GRIP: Combat Racing by Caged Element / Wired Productions
- E.R.O.: Nothing Ever Remains Obscure by Storm in a Teacup
- Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure by Curve Games
- Red Faction: Geurrilla Re-Mars-tered by Deep Silver
- Eastside Hockey Manager by SEGA x Sports Interactive
- Titan Quest: Anniversary Edition by THQ Nordic
- Pure Pool by Ripstone
- The Persistence by Firesprite Ltd
- The Ship: Remasted by Blazing Griffin
- Portal Knights by 505 Games
- DLC Fall Guys: Collector’s Pack by Mediatonic
- DLC Fall Guys: Popstar’s by Mediatonic
Both the games and DLC have been kindly supplied by Safe In Our Worlds level up partners meaning 100% of monies collected will go to the charity. Proceeds from the Winter Blues Bundle will go towards providing Mental Health training, supporting future initiatives from Safe In Our World, and extending the charities Level Up Mental Health Programme, which seeks to challenge all companies within the video games industry to unite and commit to positive change, ensuring safe and supportive work environments in regards to employees mental health, and eliminating the stigma surrounding those living with mental health conditions.
“We are enormously thankful to our Level Up partners for their contribution to this bundle, the support for Safe In Our World from the videogame industry has been huge. We hope that this bundle can offer players a true escape from reality throughout the winter season when so many people struggle with their mental health. We truly believe that video games can be a force for good, a positive light in the darker days, and this selection of games helps to prove that.” Said Sarah Sorrell, Charity Manager of Safe In Our World.
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