Ubisoft doing EndWar headset bundles

Official PS3 Bluetooth ones.

Ubisoft has decided to bundle official Sony PS3 Bluetooth headsets with Limited Edition copies of Tom Clancy's EndWar.

And this is rather helpful, as the game supports voice commands for ordering troops around.

Play seems to be the only place selling these Limited Edition copies at the moment, for the ripe old price of GBP 59.99.

That's quite a lot, considering most Bluetooth headsets work with the PS3, and that most mobile phone companies are happy to bundle them with just about anything.

But they're not official PS3 peripherals, of course, and so lack charging cradles, USB to USB mini cables, and various other useful features for playing games.

Tom Clancy's EndWar is due out this Friday on Xbox 360, PS3, PSP and DS.

Expect our thoughts on the game soon.

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