The Best Gaming Headset For PS5 (So Far): SteelSeries, Astro, And More

The Best Gaming Headset For PS5 (So Far): SteelSeries, Astro, And More

The PlayStation 5 is less than two months away, and while Microsoft has been straightforward about which accessories and gaming headsets will be compatible with its next-gen console, Sony’s situation has been a little less clear. The company announced in August that “third-party headsets that connect via USB port or audio jack” will work with the PS5, though only a few companies have actually confirmed their headsets work with the upcoming next-gen console. We can’t be sure a gaming headset is PS5-compatible until it’s confirmed or tested, so the number of reliable PS5 headset options out there right now are slim.To further complicate the situation, Sony’s official Pulse 3D headset for PS5 was the first accessory to sell out at all major retailers. Though it’ll most likely be restocked, you may want to consider other PS5 headset options as well this holiday season. To make your search a little easier, we’ve compiled a list of the best headsets we’ve tested so far that are confirmed to work with the PS5.Leading up to the PS5’s release and beyond, we’ll update this guide with more PS5 gaming headset options as we confirm compatibility and test more products. In the meantime, check out our guide to the best PS4 controllers, which covers all of the controllers you can use with the PS5 when playing backward-compatible PS4 games. If you’re shopping for a new TV, we’ve rounded up the best 4K TVs for PS5 as well.Continue Reading at GameSpot
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