More than 500 DRM-free games have been discounted as part of an early spring sale at GOG, which is run by CD Projekt. The offer is available today and will stick around for six days. Some individual games and bundles are up to 90% cheaper than usual.
The Witcher 3 costs $30, Pillars of Eternity: Hero Edition costs $18, and Wasteland 2: Director's Cut is available for $16.
Some of the bundles cover things like, "our favorite indie games" and "games with wacky weapons."
You can see the entire list of deals here.