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We're suspicious, Sony. You're being really suspicious when it comes to the new colours for the PlayStation 5 accessories and I think we're on to you. PlayStation has just announced a brand new version of the Pulse 3D headphones it released for the new-gen console. Originally these headphones were only available in the classic white that the PlayStation 5 comes in but now, Sony's revealed a Midnight Black variation and yeah, it's beautiful.
White might not be the new black after all as this version of the Pulse headphones follows in the footsteps of the DualSense controllers. Back in June, the Midnight Black and Cosmic Red versions of the DualSense were revealed and they seemed to have gone down a treat with fans. Now Sony is indulging us with a Midnight Black version of the other important accessory for the console which leads us to ask: Sony, when are you releasing the Midnight Black PlayStation 5?
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Come on, that has to be it right? There has to be a black PlayStation 5 on the way and they were just getting the accessories out of the way in the lead up to its reveal. I mean who's to say that it wasn't supposed to be out at the end of this year if it hadn't been for the microchip shortages across the world? It seems strange to be releasing all these products without the knowledge that you were going to be selling the main product in that colour too and though this is not confirmation that there is a black PS5 on the way, I'm personally hopeful that it means it's happening.
The Pulse 3D Wireless Headset in Midnight Black launches next month. Full details: https://t.co/LBXF6zPsnn pic.twitter.com/4sB1nUalQi
- PlayStation (@PlayStation) September 15, 2021
But in the meantime, back to Midnight Black Pulse 3D headphones right? The blog post for the reveal says that "the Pulse 3D headset is specifically designed to take full advantage of the console's Tempest 3D AudioTech, with a fine-tuned frequency response to help players more precisely place sounds in exact locations to match on-screen gameplay." Sounds fancy. It has different settings to suit your gaming needs and it helps that, as I said, it looks rather slick.
The headset will be available worldwide next month, here's the website to have a look.
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