Sony has revealed a new Midnight Black edition of the PS5 Pulse 3D Wireless Headset, and it will be released in October.
The latest PlayStation Blog post noted that the new color option will match the same color scheme as the Midnight Black DualSense controller Sony released in June. The controller will begin rolling out globally at participating retailers next month. While the blog post did not specify pricing or release date, Sony's official website already has the headset up for preorder for $99.99 (the same as the white model) with a release date slated for October 22.
IGN reviewed the Pulse 3D Wireless headset, which received a 9/10 on our rating scale. We noted the headset goes beyond making PS5 games sound great; it makes the games feel more alive.
The announcement of a new color variant for the Pulse 3D headset comes the same day as the second major PS5 update rolls out, introducing a slew of new features to Sony's ninth-generation console, including a new equalizer control feature for the Pulse 3D headset and the option to expand the internal storage in your console.
With a Midnight Black controller, and a Midnight Black headset, many will now be wondering – when will we get a Midnight Black console to match?
Taylor is the Associate Tech Editor at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster.
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