The GamesPlanets Spring Sale Is Now On is hosting its spring sale from now until Monday, April 20. These deals – with some games discounted by as much as 70% – is a good chance to grab some exciting titles to keep you entertained during the quarantine.

Hundreds of deals are available on PC games ranging from beloved AAA classics to indie “hidden gems.” Publishers with games featured in this sale include Konami, Bethesda, Ubisoft, 2k Games, SEGA and more. In addition to the week-long sale, daily “24 Hour Flash Deals” will be rotating in and out throughout the week.

Today’s Flash Deals include the fast-paced anime-style adventures Dragonball Fighter Z and Dragonball Z: Kakarot, the stunningly designed mythology-based RPG Okami, and even the gritty Batman: Arkham Knight and Batman: Arkham City for under $5 each. Whether you’re looking for a shooter, a puzzler, a mystery to solve or a visual novel to read, there’s a large variety of titles to be found.

Additionally, some of these deals will be available all week. Beloved looter-shooter Borderlands 3 is available for 50% off, with additional discounts available for its DLC and Season Pass. The stunning story-based A Plague Tale: Innocence can be picked up for under $20. Skyrim fans can also experience The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim in VR, currently offered for 70% off.

The majority of the games currently for sale are available for Windows and can be played via the Steam platform. Some feature additional availability for Linux or Mac OS. Sort by genre, price, discount, or title to find the perfect games for you.

Gameplanet’s sale isn’t the only chance to grab some quarantine titles. Earlier this week, Ubisoft made 2009’s Assassin’s Creed II free for a limited time, as well as some other titles in their library. Over on PlayStation, Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection is free for the month too.

Personally, I picked up Okami and both Batman titles in the sale. What titles are getting you through self isolation? Let us know!

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