Warhammer 40k: Space Marine is free to claim on the Humble Store for two days

The Humble Store is back with another PC game giveaway, as Relic Entertainment's Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine has gone completely free to claim for a two day period.

Released in 2011, the game is a hack and slash shooter where the player takes the role of Titus, a captain of the Ultramarines chapter of Space Marines. Here's a short description taken from the game's store page as well as a handy list of features:

A millions-strong Ork horde has invaded an Imperial Forge World, one of the planet-sized factories where the war machines for humanity’s never ending battle for survival are created. Losing this planet is not an option and be aware of the far more evil threat lurking large in the shadows of this world.


Experience 40,000 years of combat, evolved. Enhance your vast arsenal as you unlock new weapons, upgrades, armor & abilities through an accessible progression system. This devastating weaponry empowers players to deliver bone crushing violence and dismemberment to their enemies.


With an Imperial liberation fleet en-route, the Ultramarines are sent in to hold key locations until reinforcements arrive. Captain Titus and a squad of Ultramarine veterans use the bolter and chainsword to take the fight to the enemies of mankind.


Form your own Space Marine squad or Chaos Space Marine warband and face off in 8 vs 8 online matches. Gain experience and unlock new weapons and armor to customize the Devastator, Assault, and Tactical Marine classes.

The late game critic YouTuber TotalBiscuit highly recommended the game back when it released, and his first impressions video of it is seen above.

Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine has a $29.99 price tag usually, but thanks to the new promotion, anyone can grab a free copy via its Humble Store page. However, do note that signing up for the store's newsletter is a requirement. The given Steam key will expire on September 15, so be sure to redeem it before then.

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