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Break the Bank for Modern Warfare Branded Headsets

Posted on Wednesday, July 20 @ 05:33:18 Eastern by


You hear that? That's the combined sound of piggy banks across the world being smashed open, couch cushions being ferociously torn apart in search of fallen change, and savings bonds being cashed. All so rabid Call of Duty fans can hear the heat of the battle better.

Having a good headset is important, especially in online shooters where it is imperative that you communicate well with your squadmates. But why have a good, regular headset, when you can have a Modern Warfare co-branded Turtle Beach headset?

Turtle Beach and Activision have announced a new line-up of Ear Force Gaming Headsets "engineered and designed for this year's most anticipated release". That release being Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.



Each headset will be compatible with PS3, Xbox 360, and PC, and each will come packed with extra Modern Warfare 3 goodies such as "bonus content" and "promotions" which will be announced at a later date.

If the change in your couch cushions and piggy banks was particularly plentiful, then maybe you'll have enough to buy one of the following:
  • Ear Force DELTA (EFD) – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3-Optimized Programmable Wireless Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound Headset with Bluetooth Chat. The top-of-the-line EFD headset comes packaged in a specially-themed carrying case and is pre-loaded with unique custom Modern Warfare 3 presets and voice prompts. Ear Force Delta is the ultimate Xbox 360 and PS3 weapon for the most avid Modern Warfare 3 players. MSRP: $299.95.

  • Ear Force BRAVO (EFB) – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Optimized Programmable Wireless Universal Gaming Headset. Featuring the same custom Modern Warfare 3 presets as the EFD, the EFB provides players with the same optimized experience in a universal headset that’s the perfect Call of Duty® companion on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. MSRP $179.95.

  • Ear Force CHARLIE (EFC) – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Optimized Multi-Speaker Surround Sound PC Gaming Headset. With eight amplified, acoustically-angled speakers delivering discrete surround sound, this tournament-grade, Modern Warfare 3 optimized wired headset is the perfect choice for competitive PC gamers. MSRP $129.95.

  • Ear Force FOXTROT (EFF) – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Optimized Universal Gaming Headset. For Modern Warfare 3 players seeking effortless cross-platform performance, the EFF provides gamers with high-fidelity amplified audio along with several key features to set it apart. MSRP $99.95.
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