PDP's Headbanger Headset: Now Wii Call Of Duty: Black Ops Players Can Yell At Each Other Online

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To be honest, I didn’t even know there was going to be a Nintendo Wii version of Call of Duty: Black Ops, but lo and behold: a licensed headset! Yup, this is the official headset of the game on the Wii, and it’s the handiwork of PDP, one of the bigger Wii accessory designers.

The headset, the Headbanger Headset, which carries both the Nintendo and Activision licenses, should be in stores this month, ahead of the November 9 launch of the game. (It’ll also work with the Wii version of Sega’ The Conduit 2, which comes out next year.)

What does is do? Well, I’m going to guess by the name, and by the picture, is that it’s a headset for the multi-player portion of the game.

It’s actually notable in that it’s the first such headset for the Wii. I guess the Wii isn’t really known for its online multi-player games—better late than never.

It’ll be $25 when it’s released later this month.

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