If you're still on the fence about whether to go for an Xbox One or PS4, a bit of headset news may help you make your decision.
According to Ike Sainoi, a Turtle Beach product manager we spoke with at E3 2013, the company's PS3 headsets should work with the next-gen PS4.
"From what we understand, we do believe that our current headsets will work with the PS4 as it stands," Sainoi said. "Of course, nothing is quite concrete yet, but from what we've heard and the conversations we've had, it should work with the PS4 when it comes out."
He emphasized that compatibility isn't a complete guarantee yet, but it appears the Turtle Beach's PS3 headsets will work with the new console.
We're waiting to hear back from the company if headsets designed for earlier Sony systems will can plug in as well, and will provide an update when we have more information.
Knock against Xbox One
As you've probably heard by now, the Xbox One controller features a proprietary audio jack that's incompatible with Xbox 360 and other current-gen headsets, meaning consumers will need to buy a new pair as manufacturers make them.