PS4: official wireless headset revealed, requires new firmware update

Monday, 3rd February 2014 14:07 GMT By Dave Cook

Sony has confirmed that PS4 firmware update version 1.60 will release tomorrow, February 4, setting the console up for its official Pulse 2.0 wireless headset.


Images of the headset were revealed over on PS Blog EU, and Sony confirmed that the firmware update also works with the GTA 5-branded Pulse headset.

The PS4 Pulse 2.0 headset will retail at the suggested price of £79.99/€89.99, and can run for eight hours on a single battery charge. it delivers 7.1 virtual surround sound and is also compatible with PS Vita handhelds using a bundled 3.5mm stereo mini jack.

PS4 and PS3 will also receive a new free Headset Companion App, which will give gamers greater control over their headset’s sound settings.



  1. kadu

    I wonder what happened to promises to include support for older 7.1 models in one of upcoming patches :>

    #1 9 months ago
  2. schrodinger_cat

    @kadu this patch will add support for older headsets too, no worry
    Also, it’s not called “Pulse 2.0″, actually there is no even Pulse tech inside this one, it’s called “Wireless Stereo Headset 2.0″, please, update the article

    #2 9 months ago
  3. DeVitowned

    Basically a Pulse Elite Edition without the Bass Impact technology. Well worth $100. Only things I don’t like about the current Pulse Elite is how uncomfortable it can be to wear and how easy the shiny plastic is to scratch.

    Looking forward to the update.

    #3 9 months ago
  4. Telepathic.Geometry

    Quick newb question here lads. Can you use the headset to watch blu-ray movies too, or is it only for videogames?

    #4 9 months ago
  5. NocturnalB

    @4 Yeah T.G. I’m pretty sure you can. I plug my personal headphones into the DS4 to watch Netflix and movies all the time.

    #5 9 months ago

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