We're all looking forward to Cyberpunk 2077, which is scheduled to arrive later this year. SteelSeries is wanting to get everyone prepared for the next hit-game from CD Projekt RED by announcing some new Arctis 1 Cyberpunk 2077 branded headsets. If you need some new cans for the game.
The new limited edition Cyberpunk 2077 collection from SteelSeries includes two Arctis 1 headsets and three accessory packs. First up is the Arctis 1 Wireless Johnny Silverhand Edition for Xbox, which is actually an entirely new product for SteelSeries. This is joined by the Arctis 1 Wireless Netrunner Edition.
The difference between the two headsets is the Xbox compatibility. The Johnny Silverhand Edition comes with a slightly larger USB-C dongle to allow for Xbox Wireless support. There's a slider that can switch between modes, allowing for use with multiple platforms, but it's the killer Johnny Silverhand (portrayed by Keanu Reeves) design that makes this headset.
In addition to these new headsets for Cyberpunk 2077, there will be three Arctis Pro accessory packs available, inspired by in-game factions Militech, Kang-Tao, and Arasaka. It doesn't matter whether you're digging the new Xbox Arctis 1 or Arctis Pro, you'll be able to enhance your audio with Cyberpunk 2077 implants.
If you're not a big fan of branded hear, the non-branded Arctis 1 Wireless for Xbox headset will be arriving later this summer.
The Netrunner Edition is a special SteelSeries Arctis 1 headset themed around CD Projekt RED's Cyberpunk 2077. It's wireless (except for Xbox) and works with all gaming platforms.
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