Following the official reveal of Halo Infinite's December 8 release date and the announcement that Halo Infinite is getting a custom Xbox Series X and Xbox Elite Controller, gaming hardware giant Razer announced on Twitter that a special Halo Infinite-themed version of its popular Razer Kaira Pro headset is being made for Xbox players. No details about the price of the headset have been revealed yet, although we do know that it's launching in October 2021. Players can sign up here to be notified when the headset is available.
Compared to the standard Razer Kaira Pro that features Razer's usual "gamer" style of black with green trims, this Halo Infinite version of the accessory sports a Master Chief-colored shell with black earcups and light blue UNSC logos on each side of the headset.
In his Razer Kaira Pro review, my colleague Jez Corden said that the headset delivered attractive sound quality, great wireless signal strength and stability, and a solid, sturdy design. Overall, it sounds like this is going to be an excellent headset for Halo fans. What do you think? Let us know.
For more on Halo Infinite, don't miss our coverage of the Halo Infinite beta schedule. Also, check out our guide to Halo Infinite preorders if you're looking to get your copy of the game ahead of its December 2021 launch (keep in mind that the multiplayer will be a standalone free-to-play experience). Ultimately, we're hoping that Halo Infinite ends up being one of the best Xbox games ever, and we can't to get our hands on the game when it launches.
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