Microsoft’s new Xbox Wireless Headset showed up in the organization’s Xbox Series X and S dispatch business right back in October. English entertainer Daniel Kaluuya got the headset almost immediately in the advertisement, yet no one saw it was an unannounced accessory at that point.

Microsoft reported its new Xbox Wireless Headset on Tuesday which highlights pivoting ear cup dials that let you change volume and game/sound chat balance. The new headset will be accessible for $99 on March sixteenth.

Aaron Greenberg, senior supervisor of Xbox games marketing, affirmed the new Xbox Wireless Headset was important for the dispatch business during a Clubhouse sound call went to by The Verge the previous evening. It’s not the first run through Microsoft has straightforwardly prodded unannounced Xbox items. Xbox boss Phil Spencer shrouded the Xbox Series S on his rack a year ago, before Microsoft had even declared it was dealing with a second next-gen console.

Microsoft has a habit of concealing mystery messages and hints in its Xbox recordings. The organization initially prodded its Xbox One X reassure with recordings that alluded to its 6 teraflops of GPU execution. Indeed, even the most recent Xbox Series X reassure was prodded in recordings, under its Scarlett codename.

In the event that there’s one thing we’ve gained from the entirety of this: consistently take a real close look Microsoft’s Xbox videos.

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