Halo Infinite, the latest installment of the cult shooter series from Xbox Game Studios, will launch on Xbox Series X/S and PC on December 8, 2021. However, you can already stock up on the officially licensed peripherals for the shooter hit much earlier. Razer has announced four official products for PC and consoles.
Official Halo Infinite peripherals from Razer
Genre fans are already looking forward to a reunion with the Masterchief, as Halo Infinite will continue to spin the events from Halo 5: Guardians as a direct sequel. About a month and a half before the game’s release, you can bring the Chief home with officially licensed Halo Infinite peripherals from Razer. Four of the manufacturer’s most popular peripherals are being reissued in a special edition with the Halo look – exclusive in-game bonuses for the game are also included with the purchase.
PC gamers will be especially happy about the mechanical gaming keyboard BlackWidow V3 – Halo Infinite Edition, which relies on the unique and especially durable Razer Mechanical Switches. It offers an integrated hybrid memory for up to 5 profiles and is equipped with a palm rest emblazoned with the number 117 – Halo fans of course know that this is the service designation of the master chief (John-117).
Razer also offers the ergonomic DeathAdder V2 gaming mouse in a Halo Infinite Edition with Fang’s emblem to match. It relies on the precise Razer Focus+ sensor, which resolves at 20,000 DPI and offers 650IPS tracking speed.
It rests on the extra-large Goliathus Extended Chroma – Halo Infinite Edition mouse pad, complete with RGB lighting, if desired, which also gives you 5 challenge swaps as in-game bonus content when you purchase it.
Xbox fans can also look forward to a re-release of the Kaira Pro headset in the Halo Infinite edition, which adds the Deathly Poison Armor Coating to your in-game character. The wireless headset relies on Razer TriForce Titanium 50mm drivers and Razer’s HyperClear Supercardioid microphone. It works either via Xbox Wireless with particularly low latencies or can be connected to almost all devices thanks to Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.
Pricing and Availability
All four Halo Infinite edition peripherals will be available on October 21, 2021. The Razer DeathAdder V2 – Halo Infinite Edition carries an MSRP of 79.99 euros. The Goliathus Extended Chroma – Halo Infinite Edition is available at an MSRP of 89.99 euros, while the Razer BlackWidow V3 – Halo Infinite Edition comes in at 159.99 euros. The Kaira Pro for Xbox – Halo Infinite Edition has an MSRP of 169.99 Euros.
Pre-ordering will be possible directly via Razer’s website starting September 27.