I recently reviewed the Astro A10 headset and found it to be a superb headset at a very low price point. Astro have now revealed a Call Of Duty branded version of the A10, which is available this week, on Friday 11th August. Coming later in the year is a matching branded ModKit.
The Call of Duty A10 Headset celebrates the upcoming Call of Duty: WW2 game with design meant to emulate a soldier’s tactile gear and uniform: an olive green and black colorway. One side features the star and stripes insignia known throughout the franchise, while the other side features the iconic exploding broken skull art. Emblazoned across both sides, the Call of Duty logo shows the world your love of the game.
The Call of Duty A10 Headset features a ruggedly durable steel headband wrapped in a rubberized, damage-resistant polycarbonate blend made tough to last. Lightweight construction combats headset fatigue. Importantly, this headset features the same audio quality found across the entire line of ASTRO Gaming products. Whether you are beginning your path towards becoming a pro or you want a damage-resistant audio solution that shows your love of the franchise, the Call of Duty A10 Headset will complete every fans collection.
Adapt to any environment thrown your way with the Call of Duty A40 TR Mod Kit: black synthetic leather ear cushions and headband with white stitching detail extend comfort. The noise-isolating Speaker Tags and precision boom mic block out noise so you can focus on the game, not the crowd. The Speaker Tag set design features the iconic Call of Duty exploding broken skull and the Call of Duty logo surrounded with ammunition.
This year, at the Call of Duty World League Championship, ASTRO Gaming is proud to be the Official Communications Partner, powering not only the pros battling for victory on the Main Stage with MixAmp Pro TRs, but also Gamebattles with A40 TR + MixAmp Pro TRs, for amplified audio control at every station. We know how important good audio is for victory, which is why we are also supporting gamers with a headset loaner program so you never have to worry about losing your competitive edge. The Call of Duty World League Championships marks the end of the 2017 esports season, with 32 teams vying for $1.5 million and the title of the 2017 Call of Duty World League Champions. With so much on the line, this event is the most anticipated of the year for Call of Duty esports.
The 2017 season is offering the largest prize pool to date of $4 million, and fans globally are looking forwards to the culmination of a year’s worth of hard-fought competition. Catch the action over on MLG.tv.