Grab these Rainbow Six Siege Thrustmaster headsets for 40% off

Rainbow Six Siege Thrustmaster Headsets
Rainbow Six Siege Thrustmaster Headsets (Image credit: @TMThrustmaster on Twitter)

Thrustmaster has kicked off a limited-time sale on its official Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege gaming headsets, pairing over-ear audio with Ubisoft's hit tactical shooter. Positioned under the "Six Collection," the duo of licensed headsets take inspiration from the game's military themes while enhancing your in-game situational awareness. That's especially valuable in Rainbow Six, where footsteps, gunfire, and other sounds are often the deciding factor between a victory or heartbreaking defeat.

Two Rainbow Six Siege Thrustmaster headsets are currently discounted by 40 percent, all compatible with PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, via the 3.5 mm headphone jack.

The Thrustmaster Y-300 CPX Rainbow Six Siege Edition has dropped to just $35, serving as an affordable entry-level headset, ideal as a last-minute holiday gift. It features 50mm drivers for immersive directional audio, with isolating soft padding for added comfort.

There's also a unidirectional microphone to communicate with the squad, and in-line controller to adjust game and chat independently. While it's not going to rival top-end alternatives, the ongoing discount makes an ideal pickup for any Rainbow Six Siege fan.

On the higher end of the spectrum is the T.Assault Six Collection Edition, also compatible across all platforms, with a more lavish feature set. The T.Assault packs 50 mm drivers with volume controls mounted on-ear, beside a unidirectional microphone and in-line controller. It also adopts a metallic frame for added stability, with memory foam cups for comfort. Thrustmaster has interchangeable decorative plates themed around Rainbow Six Operators too, tailoring the setup around your mains.

The Thrustmaster Y-300 CPX Rainbow Six Siege Edition and T.Assault Six Collection Edition are on sale through December 21, 2019, only on Amazon.

Matt Brown

Matt Brown was formerly a Windows Central's Senior Editor, Xbox & PC, at Future. Following over seven years of professional consumer technology and gaming coverage, he’s focused on the world of Microsoft's gaming efforts. You can follow him on Twitter @mattjbrown.