Thankfully with the PlayStation 4, Sony bundled a headset with the console that would allow gamers to do voice chats while playing games in the event that speakers might be too loud. Unfortunately as is the case with most bundled headsets, they aren’t exactly the best in the market at the moment although they should get the job done. Well the good news for gamers looking to upgrade their headsets is that Sony has recently announced the Gold Wireless Stereo headset that will cost games $99.99. The headphones will be compatible with a variety of Sony’s PlayStation consoles, like the PlayStation 3, PS Vita, and even PCs in addition to support for the PlayStation 4.
According to Sony, these headphones will feature “7.1 virtual surround sound and crystal clear voice chat with our official PlayStation headsets. PlayStation headsets are created for PlayStation gamers, by gamers – and designed to truly provide the audio that game developers intended. It’s truly how games were meant to sound.” The headset will work both wired and wirelessly, with wireless connectivity expected to last around 8 hours. So, any takers?
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