Humble Bundle-a digital storefront that has provided bundling services for the Nintendo platform in the past-shows that it is making some changes to its purchase process. This update will be launched “late” in May.
The slider will be replaced by a toggle button (also called a preset option), which will effectively limit the amount that customers can now donate to charity-limiting the donation limit to 1
“The slider will be replaced by a switch with a defined split that clearly shows that the amount of your purchase will support Humble, the publisher, and the charity. The “Additional donation to charity” switch will split the charity into three times , Reaching 15%.”
The reason behind this is that Humble can unify the way its Bundles, Store and Humble Choice support charity.
As shown in the screenshot below, the publisher’s situation will be much better. If the purchase amount is $25, the publisher will receive $21.25, Humble will receive $2.50, and the charity will receive only $1.25. The “Extra Charity” option reduces the publisher’s amount to $20, Humble gets the same amount, and the charity gets $3.75. As Destructoid emphasized, this is 5% or 15% of donations to charities.
You can get a complete summary of the incoming changes on the Humble Bundle blog site.