Blizzard teamed with Razer for Overwatch peripherals, coming 2016

The peripherals will be available alongside the release of Overwatch in 2016.

Overwatch is a team-based shooter meant to have quick gameplay that challenges the player while they are fighting for peace. Because of that, you'll probably want to have the best peripherals to help you kick some butt when Overwatch launches next year. Well, Razer has you covered.

Blizzard and Razer have teamed up to create Overwatch peripherals. The items include an Overwatch themed BlackWidow Chroma keyboard, a DeathAdder Chroma mouse, and a Goliathus Speed mouse pad. They are set to release alongside the game's launch in 2016.

The Overwatch Razer BlackWidow Chroma keyboard is specifically designed for gaming, giving you a speed and reaction time you've never experienced before. Each key is set to withstand 60 million keystrokes, so the keyboard won't break any time soon. The keyboard also features the chroma backlighting with 16.8 million customizable color options. It will cost $180.

For more information, check out the full product listing.

The Overwatch Razer DeathAdder Chroma is made, and chosen, specifically for top eSports athletes, because the design is made to fit right under your palm for optimal comfort. The mouse is meant for quick movements as well, so it will respond fluidly to the fastest or slowest of movements. It features the same chroma lighting as the keyboard. It costs $80.

If you wish to know more, check out the full information on its page.

The Overwatch Razer Goliathus Speed is made for quick gameplay. It responds to any mouse and any sensitivity, making it ideal. It costs $35. 

For full information, check out its informational page.

As of yet, none of these items are available for pre-order.

What do you think of these peripherals? Are you excited Blizzard and Razer are teaming together? Are you going to pick any of these items up in 2016? Or do you not really care about these items? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!


Published Nov. 13th 2015

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