Turtle Beach and Activision are teaming up to give Modern Warfare 3 fans some exclusive headsets for the highly anticipated shooter. Turtle Beach will be releasing four exclusive ear-cans with the MW3 license and Activision is giving gamers an incentive to buy them with some additional in-game content.

These aren’t just Ear Force headsets with MW3 painted on the sides. The audio engineers over at Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games stepped in and created special audio presets designed to knock your socks off while playing MW3. As stated before these will come in four flavors, each catering to specific consoles and budgets.

First up we have the Ear Force DELTA (EFD). This is a wireless Dolby 7.1 surround sound headset with bluetooth chat. If money is no object then this is the headset for you. With a MSRP of $299.95, the EFD comes with a special MW3 carrying case and is preloaded with custom MW3 presets and voice prompts. This will be available for both Xbox 360 and PS3.

Next is the Ear Force BRAVO (EFB). This is a programmable wireless universal headset and has the same presets as the EFD. However, this headset will be a bit cheaper and will be available for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC ringing in at a MSRP of $179.95.

The Ear Force CHARLIE (EFC) will be the headset of choice for dedicated PC gamers. This headset has eight amplified acoustically-angled speakers which will deliver a surround sound experience that won’t wake everyone up during those long late night sessions. The EFC will have a MSRP of $129.95.

Last up we have the Ear Force FOXTROT (EFF). This is a universal headset with high-fidelity sound that can be used across multiple platforms. So for those looking for a low cost sound option for all of your consoles/PC then the EFF would be ideal at a MSRP of $99.95.

Activision is teasing fans with some special pack-in bonuses and content which they will announce at a later date. This new line of Turtle Beach Ear Force headsets will be available in October 2011 just in time for the Modern Warfare 3 launch on November 8, 2011.

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