Snakebyte HeadSet S is a Fortnite gaming headset for Nintendo Switch

Snakebyte group has announced a brand new headset for Fortnite players on the Nintendo Switch.

With more and more people playing Epic Games’ blockbuster hit, the need for pro-quality headsets for mobile gamers with mics is growing exponentially.

“Since exploding on to Switch at E3 2018, Fortnitex was downloaded a remarkable two million times in 24 hours, and it’s popularity continues to soar.

“Our Snakebyte HeadSet S is ideal for all Switch software, but gamers looking to gain the winning edge in battle royale games like Fortnite know how essential clear chat is to the gaming experience,” said Nick Repenning, CEO for Snakebyte USA.

Snakebyte HeadSet S

The Snakebyte HeadSet S features a light, stylish foldable frame designed for easy use on the go. The 40mm Neodymium drivers are set to deliver rich and detailed audio allowing players to pinpoint movements of enemies and teammates.

Padded ear cups are designed to isolate background noise while being comfortable for extended use. Being a mobile product, noise isolation is key.

The HeadSet S connects via a 3.5mm input on your Nintendo Switch or mobile device; making it a versatile pair of headsets. You will never have to worry about batteries or charging. Being wired means the HeadSet S can also have a proper mic for high-quality audio. This mic is detachable for easy storage.

We’re confident that the comfort, superb audio quality and remarkable affordability of the Head:Set S will prove a winning combination for Switch gamers everywhere, allowing us to grow our market share in this competitive segment.

An adjustable cable gives even more flexibility and a 1.5m cable for mobile use and a 4.5m extension for using in your big TV setup. In-line controls allow for volume adjustment without reaching for the remote which is always handy.

The HeadSet S is available worldwide.


  • Removable mic with flexible design allows for a tailored fit and optional use
  • 40mm speakers perform at an optimal level of sound quality
  • Cushioned earcups allow for comfort and noise isolation
  • Volume control is attached to a 1.2 m long cable for easy access
  • Design matches the Switch colour scheme

Kizito Katawonga
Kizito Katawonga
Kizzy is our Tech Editor. He's a total nerd with design sensibilities who's always on the hunt for the latest, greatest and sexiest tech that enhances our work and play. When he's not testing the latest gadgets or trying to listen to his three whirlwind daughters, Kizzy likes to sink deep into a good story-driven single player game.

━ more like this

Elden Ring Shadow of the Erdtree Review (PS5)| One deadly dismount

Allow me to dispossess you of a notion that may be in your head. Even if you’ve played the band out of Elden Ring...

Gigabyte Aorus 16X Review: AI Hype Train

The Aorus 16X is marketed as an AI gaming laptop but that's a misnomer that doesn't diminish a great mid-range laptop

MSI MPG 271QRX 27″ 360Hz QD-OLED Review: A Smaller Powerhouse with a Steep Price

MSI's smaller QD-OLED is potentially its best with 1440p, 360Hz refresh, a wealth of connections and KVM switch but the price is high.

Logitech G Pro X 60 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Keyboard Review

The Logitech G Pro X 60 is a compact 60% wireless gaming keyboard designed for esports pros, but is it worth the $400 price tag?

Sony HT-A3000 Soundbar Review – Surprisingly Mighty

Sony HT-A3000 is a compact soundbar offering Dolby Atmos, great sound quality, and seamless integration with Sony TVs, all without an external subwoofer.