Humble Bundle, the weekly PC game sale, has just unveiled its new bundle, this time featuring games from Czceh developer Bohemia Interactive.
As usual, anyone interested in purchasing the bundle can pay what they want (with a $1 minimum) for a small bunch of games, or pay extra ($6 or more) for the full range. The money donated will either go to the developers, charity, the Humble Bundle team, or a combination of the three.
Customers who go for the baseline deal will gain access to Arma: Gold Edition, Arma 2, Arma Tactics, Take On Helicopters, UFO: Afterlight, and Alpha Prime. Gamers who opt to pay extra meanwhile ($6 or more) will also be given Carrier Command: Gaea Mission, Arma 2: Operation Arrowhead and DayZ.
The version of DayZ featured in the bundle is the original free mod released last year, as opposed to the standalone version recently released in alpha form to Steam.
As we reported earlier this week the retail version of DayZ (not included in the Humble Bundle) has sold over a million copies just weeks after release.
For more information check out the bundle for yourself here.