Microsoft today unveiled a new Xbox One headset for gamers, which will be powered by the latest DirectX 12 and Windows 10.
In a statement, Microsoft said the headset will be available in two colors, “blue and green.”
It will cost $150 and will be compatible with the Xbox One S, Xbox One X, and Xbox One controller.
Microsoft said the new headset will work with the “Xbox One X,” which includes the Xbox Scorpio, Xbox Scorpions, and the Xbox U.
The headset will run on Xbox One, Windows 10, and Windows Hello.
The headset will not require a new console.
Microsoft has not released any official specifications for the new Xbox one headset.
The company has not yet announced pricing or availability for the headset.
Microsoft is expected to announce the headset this month.
The Xbox One is a $499 console with a 12.5-inch, 1920×1080 screen, two Kinect sensors, and a new power source.
The Xbox One also supports Xbox One gaming on PC.