HyperX makes a new game for the wireless gaming headset crown. This time in 3D

We have been a bit of a sucker for HyperX headsets ever since HyperX Cloud Alpha managed to rule in 2018. This year, HyperX Cloud II sits wirelessly proud as our second favorite headset, and even has first preference when it comes to wireless competition.

This is why the announcement of HyperX’s new Cloud Core Wireless Gaming Headset caught our attention. The company boasts that the new headset has DTS Headphone X spatial sound. This is DTS’s 3D sound simulation technology, designed to mimic how sound would actually sound in a physical space. Not only left, right and back, but also above and below. When it comes to games, realistic spatial sound can be a great advantage for immersion or even provide a competitive advantage.

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