Despite the year almost ending, Sony has some good deals for PlayStation owners in the final week of the PlayStation Network (PSN) Holiday Sale, especially if they have a PS Plus account. Whether fans own a current-gen PS4 or a last-gen PS3, there seems to be a game on sale for everyone this week.

Starting with the games on sale for the PS4, current-gen owners are in for a holiday treat, as titles like “Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin,” “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” and “Everyone’s Gone to the Rapture” are currently at discounted prices. “Dark Souls 2” normally costs $39.99, but the sale puts it at $23.99, according to the PlayStation Blog

PS Plus users get an even better deal, as they can get “Dark Souls 2” for $19.99, showing how handy a PS Plus account can be. The rest of the games also get big discounts when purchased by a PS Plus user, so it looks like that membership is paying off for Sony fans.

As previously mentioned, current-gen owners aren’t the only participants in the sale, as a number of quality PS3 and Vita games are given a big discount. These titles include “Resident Evil: Revelations 2,” “Just Dance 6” and PS One classics like “Mega Man Legends” and “Chess.”

Even classic PS2 games like “Suikoden III” and “Alter Echo” are on sale, though they’re only available on the PS3. It looks like none of the PS2 games available on the PS4 will be on sale anytime soon, especially since there are only 10 classic PS2 games available on the current-gen console.

Still, most gamers will notice that the games on sale are quality titles. Considering that a number of these deals are as low as 65 percent, there’s no denying that the holiday sale has some good bargains.

An article from GameSpot stated that fans have until Jan. 4 to purchase the games while they are cheap. If not, PlayStation owners are going to have to wait for another year before the next holiday sale, though “Rise of the Tomb Raider” will be available on the PS4 by then.

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin - Forlorn Hope Trailer (Credit: YouTube/Bandai Namco Entertainment America)