Immerse yourself in 360-degree spatial audio with SteelSeries’s Arctis Nova 4

SteelSeries is gearing up for the release of the Arctis Nova 4, the newest member of its popular Nova range of gaming headsets. Positioned as a successor to the budget-friendly Arctis 1 Wireless headset, the Arctis Nova 4 is set to hit the market on May 20th, retailing at USD$129.98

Packed with features, the Arctis Nova 4 promises an immersive gaming experience with 360-degree spatial audio. The headset also boasts a fully retractable microphone equipped with AI-powered noise cancellation, capable of reducing up to 25dB of ambient background noise during conversations, effectively eliminating distractions like keyboard tapping or barking dogs. Weighing in at a mere 262 grams (9.2 ounces), the headset offers rotating ear cups and four points of adjustment, ensuring a comfortable fit for a variety of head sizes and shapes. Additionally, the Nova 4 charges swiftly via USB-C, providing six hours of usage in just 15 minutes.

On a full charge, it can reportedly last for an impressive 36 hours, only two hours less than its pricier counterpart, the Arctis Nova 7P USD$199.99.

SteelSeries has teamed up with GameStop for the exclusive North American launch of the Arctis Nova 4, specifically designed for PlayStation and Xbox users. For PC enthusiasts, an alternative version of the headset will be available on Amazon starting May 20th, while global availability for all versions will be announced later in July 2023.

The entire Nova 4 series is equipped with a USB-C dongle for 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity, incorporating some of the best features from previous SteelSeries headsets. Similar to the Arctis 1 Wireless, the Nova 4 offers wireless audio compatibility with the Nintendo Switch without requiring an adapter. Despite the platform-specific names, all versions are multi-system compatible. The Nova 4 for PC and PlayStation (Nova 4 Wireless and Nova 4P, respectively) is compatible with PC, PlayStation, Switch, and mobile devices. On the other hand, the Nova 4 for Xbox (Nova 4X) supports Xbox, PC, PlayStation, Switch, and mobile devices.

Arctis Nova 4 can be found retailing at and Arctis Nova 7P can be found retailing at Steelseries website.