The Best Time-Consuming Games For Quarantine

School is canceled and all office workers are stuck in the home office. All the newly gained time needs to be put to good use. Sure, the rea...

School is canceled and all office workers are stuck in the home office. All the newly gained time needs to be put to good use. Sure, the real work and homework have to be done. You can always save yourself some time somewhere. The way to work or school is completely eliminated and you can start whenever you want. So enough time to try these games for quarantine.

These are the best games for quarantine

You can finally tidy up the apartment, get your bookkeeping under control and just relax for an hour in between. However, the most fun way to pass the time is still with these quarantine games. We went through our Steam libraries and picked out the best games to kill time. Right now is a good opportunity to unlock all achievements, isn't it?


There are only a few games that offer so much content in one fell swoop. The fact that there are almost no tutorials because the game is so extensive doesn't necessarily help you as a new player but makes the learning effect all the more satisfying.

Just the other day we published an article on the first 100 hours in Warframe and we still haven't tried everything in this immense game time.

We're still pretty much at the beginning of our journey and can't wait to finally get started with the mid-game content. The free-2-play title from Digital Extremes (DE) is expecting the next big update soon.

Scarlett Spear is the name of the new major expansion. However, the DE employees are all working from home at the moment, which will push the release date back a bit.

Available for free on Steam!

City skyline

Horst Seehofer said so in a recent interview. You can also manage a ministry from home. So why not an entire city?

Actually, Cities Skylines is a traffic simulator that lets you immerse yourself in many other areas of a city administration. The district administration is the least of your problems.

Meanwhile, 21 DLCs enrich your experience many times over. The base game currently costs €27.99 on Steam. With that alone, you will easily get over 100 hours of playtime.

Together with all extensions, you are over 100€. So you'd better wait for the next sale before buying it. The Corona crisis may have subsided a little by the time of the summer sale, but that doesn't mean that you have to stop playing.

Destiny 2

The MMO shooter is currently in its tenth season and is still performing extremely well in terms of player numbers. It's been almost three years since Bungie really created a game for eternal consumption with Destiny 2.

One thing you have to give the game above all: The character design and world-building are more fantastic than almost any other developer.

The base game and the first two expansions have been free for all players since last year's Steam release. That's a lot of content that you can use.

The two fee-based expansions Forsaken and Shadowkeep cost a whopping €60 when bought individually. In a so-called "Upgrade Edition", which is available in the Steam Store, you can get both DLCs for €41.99.

The current Season of the Worthy has been running since March 9th. and brings along a new Season Pass with exotic items, cosmetic adjustments, and other stuff.

Borderlands 3

Games that basically "only" have a story mode to play through face the problem of replay value. After the second run of Uncharted 4 at the latest, there was a shift in the shaft.

The Borderlands series doesn't have this problem, as you can increase the difficulty after each playthrough. In the current third part, there is also a lot of it. There is also another truckload of loot that you can earn together with your friends.

The DLC content is currently still in the release phase. The content released so far has won over the community. As new classes are released, the game should see a new boost in player numbers, although current player activity levels aren't all that bad.

Sid Meier's Civilization VI

Cities Skylines lets you manage an entire city. In Sid Meier's Civilization VI you can try your hand at an entire country. From the stone age to the space age, your advisors will accompany you on your way to push your empire to the top.

There are so many nations, game modes, difficulty levels, and ways to win the game that you'll need to spend an hour or two to unlock all the achievements.

On your way to victory, of course, you also have to deal with political matters outside your own borders. All other heads of state have their own interests and goals, just like you.

The game currently costs €59.99 on Steam. The 8 DLCs also hit the wallet hard at over €100. The base game will keep you busy until the next sale anyway.


Counter-Strike is currently the record holder on Steam when it comes to active player counts. The shooter has been an integral part of our Steam library for several years.

We've all grabbed a quick round of Dust2 before you start working from home or heading to school. After all, time is no longer a problem at the moment, since almost all of us are sitting at home anyway.

CS: GO has been available completely free on Steam for several years. The €13.25 Prime upgrade allows you to be included in special Prime matchmaking and receives exclusive cosmetic items. So it's not necessary to have fun with the game.

Rocket League

Football and cars in connection are a concept that already sold well at Schlag den Raab. As a video game with an afterburner, lots of cosmetic content, and the ability to practically fly the vehicle, this concept has been given an 11 on a scale of 1-10.

You can play with up to four friends in online tournaments or just friendlies.

20€ is really a good price for it. There are no real DLCs. However, you can buy some cars and loot box keys for real money in the game. This is a system similar to Counter-Strike.

There are also some soundtracks available for purchase on Steam's store page. But to listen to music, you can also just keep YouTube or Spotify running in the background.



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