You’ve Got Modern Warfare 3 In My Turtle Beach Headsets

You’ve Got Modern Warfare 3 In My Turtle Beach Headsets

Just in time for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, peripheral maker Turtle Beach is releasing line of MW3 branded cans for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

There are four different MW3 Ear Force headsets that range in price and features. At the top end, there’s the Ear Force Delta. It’s a Bluetooth-enabled, programmable wireless Dolby 7.1 surround sound headset. Priced at $US299.95 and for the PS3 and Xbox 360, it comes in a special carrying case and has custom MW3 presets and voice prompts.

The Ear Force Bravo, priced at $US149.95, is a universal headset for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. It’s got the same MW3 presets that the Ear Force Delta sports. Lower in the range is the Ear Force Charlie, a wireless multi-speaker surround sound PC gaming headset. Priced at $US129.95

The least expensive headset is the $US99.95 Ear Force Foxtrot, a universal gaming headset with high-fidelity audio.

It’s not uncommon for peripheral makers to slap a game name on their products for a big game launch, but Turtle Beach said these headsets have been optimised for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. The presets and the voice prompts *should* appeal to the core MW player.

These gaming headsets will ship to retailers this October. Modern Warfare 3 is set to go on sale worldwide on November 8.





  • Wow, a post by weeaboo peasant Ashcraft that isn’t about Japan?

    Turtle beach makes horrible headsets and their audio is far from high fidelity. They are overpriced as all hell for the sound quality you receive out of them.

  • I own Turtle Beach’s and I also own a pair of pioneer hdj2000 headphones which if you don’t know are simply some of the best sounding audio headphones.

    Turtle Beach headsets do a great job at providing a surround sound game experience for online gaming (provided they do the 5.1 surround) and do there job just fine plus have alot of neat features on them.

    I have a high end surround sound system in my living room, and often find myself using the headset for gaming and the surround sound system for watching movies or playing a games single player.

    Also I forgot to mention Turtle Beach Headsets are bloody comfy, while my professional headphones really start to hurt my head and neck after long use.

  • Really need to get a new headset/ phones myself but like others I won’t be going anywhere near a product with CoD branding. I don’t care how good they are.

    Suffice to say that my little Plantronics headset is now 4 years old and although nowhere near the quality of the high end gaming sets, only cost me 99 cents on ebay and still functions just fine today…

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