Halo Infinite Razer gaming gear seems to be coming this year, because today 343 Industries and Razer announced they are partnering up. This deal gives Razer license to develop multiple products — not limited to just gaming peripheral — for both Xbox consoles and PC. These Halo Infinite Razer products are said to be available worldwide in late 2020. In addition to the Halo Infinite-themed gear, Razer also said they are developing a line of brand new Xbox-related products later this year.
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Razer to create this line of high-quality peripherals that embody the Halo brand while also delivering on the performance our fans expect across multiple platforms,” says Head of Halo Transmedia at 343 Industries Kiki Wolfkill. “Razer is the perfect partner to help us deliver the premium gear we know our Halo players are looking for. The Halo Consumer Products team is focused on bringing the Halo universe to life and into the hands of our community.”
While the Halo fanbase itself is having mixed feelings with the 9-minutes Halo Infinite gameplay reveal from the Xbox Games Showcase, Razer is still positive that the “custom gear” from this collaboration would please the community. “Halo has a rich and powerful franchise history, and Razer is honored to be working with 343 Industries and Xbox to support its launch and the fan community,” says Bob Ohlweiler, VP and General Manager of Razer USA.
This is not the first time Razer partnered up with the Xbox brand. Before this, they made the Nari Ultimate wireless headset for Xbox One with HyperSense haptic feedback as its main selling point and the first Xbox One wireless keyboard and mouse, Razer Turret. Razer confirmed that Nari Ultimate, Turret, and their Wolverine controller lineup will all be forward compatible with Xbox Series X.
Unfortunately, Razer is still keeping silent on what kind of Halo Infinite gaming gear they are preparing and what is their price range. Another headset or controller? New keyboard-mouse setup to help expand to PC competitive scene? Gaming chair — or gaming sofa for your living room, perhaps? Something else entirely? Post your speculations and hopes in the comments.