PS5 Pulse 3D Midnight Black Headset Now Available to Preorder

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Sony recently announced a brand new entry into the PS5 accessories family, the Midnight Black Pulse 3D Headset, to go alongside the standard white PS5 Headset. It will release on October 29, 2021, and costs £89.99 in the UK. Preorders are now live at Amazon.

Pulse 3D Headset in Midnight Black Now Available to Preorder

Pulse 3D Headset (Midnight Black)

Releasing October 29

Pulse 3D Headset (Midnight Black)

The new colour for the Pulse 3D Headset directly follows up from the release of DualSense Controllers in Midnight Black and Cosmic Red. Which now begs the question, what colours will we see next, and will Sony ever release alternate faceplate covers for the console?

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