A cool five million.
By Tim Colwill on December 13, 2012 at 8:10 pm
The Humble THQ Bundle has now closed, raking in $5,097,474.23 with 885,287 bundles sold. This marks the second-highest grossing Humble Bundle, and is one that isn’t likely to be surpassed in the future (unless we see another Humble Major Publisher Bundle, I fear).
At an average price of $5.76, purchasers were able to pick up Red Faction: Armageddon, Darksiders, Metro 2033 and Company of Heroes, with Saints Row the Third being available for above-average purchasers. Titan Quest and Dawn of War were later added.
Top contributors include THQ CEO Jason Rubin with $10,000, THQ’s former CEO Brian Farrell with $1,650 and Wargaming.net with $1,600.
The article originally claimed this was the most profitable Humble Bundle in history — thanks to iohth for the correction.
Source: Humble Bundle