When it launches later this year, the PlayStation 4 will come bundled with an earbud-style headset that plugs directly into the Dualshock. No doubt Sony has plans for a range of high-end headsets too, but until then players are free to connect their old wireless devices as an alternative.
The Xbox One, on the other hand, won’t allow the use of 360 headsets. This is due to the latest gamepad revision which introduces a new port for headsets.
It’s not a total bummer for Xbox gamers however; if you don’t fancy buying whatever solution Microsoft has in the pipeline, you can always use Kinect. Also, it’s likely that USB-powered headsets, such as the Turtle Beach X range, will continue working on all platforms.