Microsoft’s new Xbox comes with a console, controller and Kinect, but even if you pre-order One for yourself, you’ll need to go elsewhere to pick up a headset to match. And, Turtle Beach will be one of the first next-gen headset providers, as it’s just signed a license with Microsoft to build them for the One. Turtle Beach isn’t sharing any more info on the forthcoming headsets, but we’ll be telling you all about them when they’re revealed at E3 in a few weeks. Oh, and before you go thinking that you can save yourself some cash by using your trusty Xbox 360 cans, remember that the One’s controllers have a new proprietary port on them that’s incompatible with your old gear. You were looking for an excuse to upgrade your over-ear gaming audio anyway, right?
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