It may only be the start of November, but Humble has already revealed the three early unlock games for the December Monthly Bundle. \n \nThe three games are Yakuza Kiwami, Soulcalibur VI, and My Time in Portia. Gamers only pay $12 a month before December 6th to get the bundle, plus more games yet to be announced. \n \nYakuza Kiwami is a remake of the first game of the Yakuza series. The action-RPG was released on the PlayStation 4 in North America in 2017. The game puts players in the shoes of Kazuma Kiryu, who was demoted from his clan and spent a decade in prison. After he's released, he does on a search for his missing friends. The remake adds more content to the series, including battles between his rival Goro Majima. \n \n \n \nSoulcalibur VI is the latest installment in the series, which included Geralt of Rivia from CD Projekt Red's The Witcher series. The game was released one year ago, but gamers are still enjoying its competitive battles. The Season Pass has also continued to announce new content, such as the DLC characters Haohmaru and, most recently, bringing back Hilde. \n \nMy Time at Portia is the most relaxed of the trio, featuring a farming simulation game. It's an excellent title for those who need a break from fighting in Japanese alleyways or battling others online. My Time at Portia is perfect for those who love the relaxed Harvest Moon\/Story of Seasons\/Stardew Valley simulation games. \n \nPaying for the Humble Monthly now will give gamers immediate access to all three games, which are still unknown. Based on past Monthly games, it's likely they'll be a handful of indie games. \n \nWith the start of November, this means that users who signed up last month will receive the rest of their games, besides the early unlocks of Call of Duty: WWII, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, and the Spyro Reignited Trilogy. The remaining games that were recently revealed for November are Shenmue I & II, Synthetik: Legion Rising, Evergarden, and 11-11 Memories Retold. \n \nThe collection also includes a Humble Original: "Operator is a cross-media investigative command-line corporate espionage hacking game. Crack open your notepad, embrace terminal tunnelling and social engineering and follow the clues down a rabbit-hole of conspiracies." \n \nGamers can subscribe anytime before the start of December to enjoy the next Humble Monthly Bundle.