For tournament games, the headsets provide excellent directional response
It’s worth the price tag and good for those who are serious about gaming
New Delhi: As far as gaming headsets go, the Logitech G Pro X is the company’s crown jewel in a way. It’s obviously meant for competitive gaming, but it does just as well in other games. And, unlike most gaming headsets, its performance in music isn’t shoddy either.
For tournament games, such as PlayerUnknown’s Battleground (PUBG) and Overwatch, the headsets provide excellent directional response. That is, you can hear exactly where shots are being fired from, you can hear the positional difference in simultaneous footsteps, and weapons, blasts, sound realistic.
On the other hand, if you want to use this for a game like Control, which is not meant for competitive gaming, you’ll still enjoy them. For instance, the different sounds Control has between your gun being fired, different telekinetic abilities, the sounds the enemies make, their weapons and more—everything is audible separately and in good detail.
That said, the best thing about the G Pro X is Logitech’s new Blue Voice filters. In the G Pro X, that partnership materializes as a way to customize your voice. You have to use Logitech’s G Hub software for this, and it allows you to produce a softer voice if you want, or a louder voice, and so on.
While Blue Voice doesn’t quite produce podcast-quality results, if you’re in a crunch, it’s close.
And, all this combined makes the Logitech G Pro X an extremely versatile gaming headset, perhaps the most versatile in this segment. It’s worth the price tag and good for those who are serious about gaming.