When Bose introduced its QuietComfort 35 II helmet in 2017, it quickly established itself as a benchmark on the market. Even today, this helmet is without a doubt one of the best. It owes this to its suppression of peak noise, its high sound quality and the integration of a voice assistant. Even the Headphones 700 failed to justify the increase in price compared to its unstoppable predecessor.
Today, Bose is thinking about the future and therefore its future product. It must be said that the brand is eagerly awaited after the success of its QC 35 II. The American manufacturer has observed many different markets compatible with the use of headphones of such quality, and the gaming sector would have largely attracted its attention. Indeed, the American media 9to5Google suggests that a potential "QC35 II Gaming Headset" is in preparation. Be careful, nothing has been confirmed to date by the brand, it was simply by delving into the latest code update that the editorial teams discovered this.
Among the many lines of code peeled, the teams discovered a code name "Tibbers", which according to them is a reference to the famous MOBA: League of Legends. Going even further, it seems that this code name is used to designate what should be the Bose QC35 II Gaming Headset. A merchant helmet in the footsteps of the QuietComfort 35 II but with specific features specific to gaming. There is therefore a good chance that the latter carries a microphone, and should also benefit from a wired technology, different from what the QuietComfort 35 II offers with Bluetooth (although it also includes the possibility of using a wire. ).
9to5 Google suggests that Bluetooth could be used when the microphone is not connected to the headset, otherwise you will have to rely only on the wire. The microphone should therefore be removable. Or it could be that the code only refers to this microphone and that it could be connected to the existing QuietComfort 35 II. To be continued.