The “Titanfall Atlas Headphones” by TurtleBeach were featured on NewsWatch as part of its 2014 Consumer Electronic Show Wrap Up, which took a look at the latest and coolest technology showcased at the trade show.
One of the more anticipated game releases of 2014 is TitanFall, a first person shooter video game for XboxOne, Xbox 360 and PCs. With its fast paced multiplayer action and quality graphics, gamers will need to not only visually comprehend what’s going on, but they’ll also need some high end audio gear to win their matches.
The TurtleBeach “Titanfall Atlas headphones” were designed in partnership with the game developers at Respawn. Not only do the headphones look the part, but they also have full rich, immersive sound. As consumers have come to expect with Turtle Beach, not only is the audio quality top notch, but the mic is perfect for in-game chatter. The entire set is light and comfortable, so gamers can wear them for hours.
Similar to other Turtle Beach headsets, they have the fold-flat cups for when players are not using them and a mobile cable so consumers can use them with a tablet or smartphone.
The Titanfall Atlas Headphones are the perfect complement when the game is released in
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