Cyberpunk 2077 SteelSeries headsets revealed for Xbox One, PS4 and more: features, specs, price and release date for Johnny Silverhand model and Netrunner edition gaming headphones
SteelSeries headsets + Cyberpunk 2077 branding = some awesome peripherals.
SteelSeries, the popular peripherals brand, has revealed a whole range of products that will tie in with the launch of CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 game.
The long-awaited Cyberpunk 2077 game was due to lunch in April 2020, but a delay to the game has pushed it back until September. The hype machine is very much whirring to life now, though.
We’ve already seen a limited edition Cyberpunk 2077 version of the Xbox One X console revealed, and now these headsets make it clear the CD Projekt Red is going all-out on the brand partnership side of things.
Read on to discover all the important details about the Cyberpunk 2077 SteelSeries headsets range…
Arctis 1 Wireless Xbox Headset: Johnny Silverhand Edition
First up, take a look at the Arctis 1 Xbox Headset Johnny Silverhand edition, inspired by Keanu Reeves’ digital ghost character from the hotly anticipated sci-fi game.
Compatible with Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch and PC, this headset offers an ultra-low latency lossless wireless option for gamers as well as a limited-edition design based on Keanu’s character.
The official description tells us that this headset will boast the same “high-performance speaker drivers as the award-winning Arctis 9X” as well as a “Steel-reinforced headband for a perfect fit and lasting durability.” It comes with a USB-C dongle, too.
This headset is available now for £109.99 on SteelSeries.com, and Argos will also be getting stock in the UK.
Arctis 1 Wireless Headset: Netrunner Edition
This one is inspired by the hacker faction in the game, and it’s compatible with PS4, PC, Nintendo Switch and Android. It will work with Xbox Series X, too.
In terms of features, it’s offering the same low-latency as the Johnny Silverhand version as well as having the same steel-reinforced headband.
Again, it’s out now, with a price of £109.99 on the SteelSeries website, and it will be available through Argos as well.
There is a non-branded version of the Arctis 1 headset coming in the Spring – perfect if the Cyberpunk 2077 branding isn’t your bag.
And that’s not all!
You can click any of those three links for the relevant product page, which will allow you to order the pack of your choice for £39.99 apiece. They’re compatible with Arctis Pro, Arctis Pro + GameDAC and Arctis Pro Wireless headsets.
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