Xbox One: The console doesn’t have Bluetooth 2.1, but uses Wi-Fi Direct to communicate with controllers.
PlayStation 4: The console uses Bluetooth 2.1 to connect the controller. Existing wireless headsets from third-party companies that use a Bluetooth connection will not be supported on PS4, though most USB headsets will be supported following PS4 system software update 1.50, Sony said.
The bottom line: Message boards have been peppered with questions about why the Xbox One will not support Bluetooth. Though Sony PlayStation 4 does not support third-party Bluetooth headseats, it does come with a mono headset to enable out-of-the-box chat for online games and optional voice commands for PS4 functions.