Sony’s first-party Pulse 3D wireless headset for PlayStation 5 has solely been out there in PlayStation 5-matching white so far, however a black model (“Midnight Black”) is coming, Sony Interactive Entertainment introduced Wednesday. The Midnight Black model of the Pulse 3D headset shall be launched on Oct. 22, in accordance with PlayStation Direct. It will value $99.99, the identical value because the launch model in white.
The new iteration of Sony’s wireless headset will match the Midnight Black DualSense controller launched in June. Logically, that may solely imply one factor: Eventually, Sony should launch a Midnight Black PS5. You know, as soon as the planet’s painful provide chain, manufacturing points, and transport have been resolved and Sony’s new console is quickly in provide, which may very well be just some years away!
In Sony’s accompanying PlayStation Blog announcement, Isabelle Tomatis, senior director of PSVR, esports, peripherals advertising and marketing, and licensing at SIE, famous that the Pulse 3D headset is “specifically designed to take full advantage of the console’s Tempest 3D AudioTech, with a fine-tuned frequency response to help players more precisely place sounds in exact locations to match on-screen gameplay.”
The Pulse 3D can even be capable to make the most of the PlayStation 5’s newest system replace, out there Wednesday, because of a brand new equalizer management function in the console’s sound settings.
“Pulse 3D headset users can select from three presets — Standard, Bass Boost, or Shooter which is designed to place extra emphasis on the sounds of footsteps and fired shots,” Tomatis stated. “These three presets were popular among players who used the PS4 headset companion app, and have now been optimized to compliment PS5 Tempest 3D AudioTech. Users can also create their own presets and save up to three settings to have more quick-access options. Additionally, players can adjust these equalizer settings during gameplay through Control Center, without needing to exit the game.”