Overwatch Is Getting Its Own Line Of Lúcio-Themed Razer Gaming Peripherals
Ready to look even cooler as a Lúcio sending enemies to their deaths via the well in Ilios? Because now you can! High-end gaming peripheral company Razer has announced a new set of Overwatch Lúcio-inspired hardware that’ll make raising the tempo an absolute cinch.
Announced via the official Razer website, the new Overwatch gaming peripherals are the Razer Nari Ultimate Overwatch Lúcio Edition headset and the Razer Goliathus Medium Overwatch LúcioEdition mouse-pad. Both items are now available for purchase, with the headset running for a staggering $229.99 and the mouse-pad at the significantly more reasonable $29.99. Still, you can’t put a price on style, can you? The answer is no. No you can’t.
Here are some of the details for the new line of merch:
- Wherever the battle’s at in Overwatch, support is just a song away. Bring the noise and get into the groove with our exclusive set of high-performance peripherals inspired by Lúcio—the Brazilian DJ and freedom fighter out to change the world for the better, through his music and actions.
- Just like how Lúcio uses technology to elevate his music in battle, experience a truly immersive audio performance with the world’s first intelligent haptics-enabled gaming headset.
- Back up Lúcio’s smooth skating with an aim to match. Improve your accuracy and feel your mouse glide along a mouse mat optimized for competitive gaming.
The Overwatch Lúcioline of gaming peripherals are now available for purchase. Not a fan of Lúcio? D.Va has you covered.
So, thoughts on the new peripherals? Plan on purchasing either of them? What other character would you like to see official gaming peripherals for? Let us know in the comments section below, and as always, stay tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers for all the latest gaming and entertainment news! Don’t forget to follow DFTG on Twitter for our 24/7 news feed!
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