When Razer HyperSense was first introduced with the Razer Nari Ultimate, we redefined what gaming immersion meant for PC gamers. This next-gen gaming headset allowed them to experience sound not only as something they heard, but something they felt. Now, we’re bringing this experience to more gamers with the Razer Nari Ultimate for Xbox One—the world’s first Xbox One headset with high-definition haptics developed by Lofelt™.*Compatible with Xbox Series X and Xbox One
This headset is powered by Razer HyperSense—haptic technology developed by Lofelt™ that creates touch-sensory feedback for lifelike sensations based on game audio. Now you can sense gun recoil and rumbling explosions for a whole new level of immersion, while a slider on the right earcup allows you to adjust the strength of its haptic feedback. Razer HyperSense uses real-time processing that's only reliant on sound to operate. This means the headset works right out of the box with no third-party application or game integration required.
For true, uninterrupted immersion, the Razer Nari Ultimate for Xbox One is designed with a host of features optimized for comfort, letting you lose yourself in game worlds for hours on end.
Able to connect directly to your Xbox One, the Razer Nari Ultimate for Xbox One does away with complicated setups and wireless dongles to deliver a steady, low-latency connection of up to 30ft/10m.
The microphone can be easily drawn out or stowed away for maximum convenience.
Fine-tune your game and chat volume for the perfect audio mix to enjoy immersive sound that doesn’t clash with your team communication.
The latest in Microsoft’s surround sound technology. Hear every detail with utmost clarity and realism for an immersive gaming experience like no other.
Razer HyperSense features haptics by Lofelt™ converts audio to highly detailed haptic feedback in the form of vibrations, so you can now feel explosions and gunshots in the game for greater immersion.
Yes, you can adjust how strong the haptic feedback is via the intensity adjuster on the headset.
The Game/Chat Balance adjuster on the headset allows you to customize how loud your game audio is compared to your team chat audio, so you get the perfect mix of both.
The Razer Nari Ultimate for Xbox One does not have active noise cancellation but is equipped with ear cushions designed to provide both improved sound isolation and comfort.
No, as it does not support Bluetooth compatibility nor a 3.5mm analog jack.