Pulse 3D headset pre-orders are live - get the wireless PS5 headset here

Pulse 3D headset pre-orders
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If you wanted to pre-order the Pulse 3D headset for PS5, now's your chance - it's available for $99.99 at Best Buy in the US ahead of its November launch. We don't expect it'll hang around for long, though. The console is already hitting stock issues (we feel your pain if you tried and failed to get a PS5 pre-order), so we can't imagine its accessories will fare much better.

That's especially true because of the item's limited availability; we've only spotted Pulse 3D headset pre-orders at Best Buy thus far. It doesn't seem to be available on Amazon right now either (in the US or on Amazon UK, where it simply says 'currently unavailable), and it's still 'coming soon' according to Walmart. We suspect it'll be the same story with the DualSense pre-orders before long, if it isn't already.

Either way, don't expect any price cuts. We can't imagine it'll drop in cost until this year's Black Friday deals at the earliest.


Pulse 3D wireless headset | $99.99 at Best Buy
If you want the new PS5 wireless headset, you need to go to Best Buy - we've not found it anywhere else just yet. As a result, it's not likely to stay in stock for long. If you want it, we'd recommend grabbing it sooner than later.

Specially designed to take advantage of the PS5's 3D Audio features, the Pulse 3D headset will "put you at the center of immersive soundscapes where it feels as if the sound comes from every direction". What's more, it offers dual hidden microphones with noise cancelling and wireless capabilities that offer a 12-hour battery life.

It's frustrating that we don't have a UK Pulse 3D headset pre-order yet, but we'll update this page the moment we do. As an example, the headset on Amazon is listed as 'currently unavailable'. Keep it bookmarked and drop back in later!

As for the console itself, be sure to check in with the upcoming PS5 bundles, PS5 games, and more PS5 accessories.

Benjamin Abbott
Tabletop & Merch Editor

As the site's Tabletop & Merch Editor, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to the latest Lego news. I've been writing about games in one form or another since 2012, and can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.