The Pulse 3D Audio wi-fi headset that Sony made to reap the benefits of the PS5’s 3D Audio tech is getting a brand new shade choice. It’ll be accessible in midnight black along with white, similar to its DualSense controller, for a similar $99.99 value that it debuted eventually yr. A lot of the white headset colorway was black already, however now there’s merely extra of it, protecting the scarf in black detailing. You can preorder it now through Sony’s site, and it’ll be accessible on October twenty second, 2021, however extra retailers will probably inventory it as nicely.
In the PlayStation Blog, Sony says that this announcement coincides with a brand new PS5 replace that provides Pulse 3D Audio headset house owners some new settings to customise the sound. You’ll have three audio presets (shooter, bass increase, normal), together with the choice to create a few of your personal. The EQ settings shall be accessible by way of the Management Heart menu that pops up if you hit the PS button on the controller.
Extra colorways are all the time higher, however this information begs me to ask aloud if Sony’s subsequent step is to make official alternative plates for the PS5 itself. Devoted avid gamers who purchase the midnight black DualSense and Pulse 3D Audio headset may be wishing that their PS5’s stark white shade had plates to match. There are answers on the market, like Dbrand’s third-party plates and stickers, nevertheless it looks as if such an apparent alternative that Sony hasn’t jumped on but. If it’s involved concerning the issue of changing them, it shouldn’t be. In spite of everything, if Sony can belief its customers sufficient to go through the not-so-simple process of installing their own M.2 SSDs, swapping plates ought to be a relative breeze, proper?