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Sony Partnering With Turtle Beach To Make Official PS4 Headsets

Posted on Wednesday, January 8 @ 08:00:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

Turtle Beach is partnering with Sony to make official headsets for the company's latest video game console. 

Several different editions will be available for purchase, ranging from tournament-grade PS4 headsets to more casual, budget-friendly options. The headsets will be revealed this summer with a scheduled release for the fall. Those who also own a PlayStation Vita will be pleased to know the headsets will be compatible with the handheld device as well.

PlayStation 4 users have had some issues getting their older headsets to work with the console, though workarounds have since been discovered. Hopefully these Turtle Beach headsets provide a solid solution for those looking for a high-quality user-friendly experience.
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