Immerse yourself in the soundwaves
We spend a fair amount of money fully kitting out our PCs to handle the latest video games, but there are also important peripherals one must consider like the trusty ol’ headset. This handy piece of kit enables you to keep in touch with friends and family, but more importantly allows for clear communication with guild members and teammates in-game.
The good thing about headsets, sporting both a microphone and pair of integrated sound drivers for your listening pleasure, is you don’t need to spend a lot of money to get a decent model. You can spend as little as $20, or as much as $250, it’s entirely down to your preference and budget.
Much like we did for the Xbox One, we’ve compiled what we consider to be ideal options for those looking to invest in a new headset. Your favorite didn’t make our list, or feel as though there’s a better option? Let us know what you’re rocking in the comments!
Razer Kraken 7.1 Chroma Headset
Kicking off our list is the Razer Kraken 7.1 Chroma headset, which has proven to be a popular choice for gamers. By no means the most expensive option available, any Kraken headset will provide the ability to take your online gaming to the next level.