SteelSeries PUBG Limited Edition

SteelSeries PUBG Limited Edition Peripherals Announced

Just announced, the SteelSeries PUBG Limited Edition set of peripherals sport accents from the iconic Battle Royale title.

SteelSeries PUBG Limited Edition Peripherals Announced

SteelSeries PUBG Limited Edition

“The opportunity to work with the PUBG team, the players and fans has been a phenomenal experience,” SteelSeries CEO Ehtisham Rabbani has said. “We are thrilled to bring the brilliant design of the PUBG world to our premier products. Together we are arming PUBG gamers to win the battle.”

The comment comes alongside the announcement to deliver headphones, a keyboard, and a gaming mouse – all with PUBG-inspired motifs.

But this isn’t the first time SteelSeries has availed itself to fans of Player Unknown’s Battle Grounds; earlier this year, the company offered fans a branded mousepad to kick off the relationship.

Retailing for $139, the SteelSeries Arctis 5 PUBG-Edition features the multiplayer’s title on the inside of the headband, along with a “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner” crest/graphic on the earcups.  This headphone also offers 7.1 Surround Sound, RGB lighting, and a mic (of course).

SteelSeries PUBG Limited Edition

Complimenting this, a gaming keyboard with LED backlighting and alternate key caps has also been announced.  The Apex M750 TKL offers a space-saving ten-keyless design.  Number keys 1-5 reflect PUBG hotkeys set up to reapidly switch between weapon types, while the W, A, S, and D keys have been replaced by a second set of arrow keys with silver key caps.  Meanwhile, the escape key has been updated with the PUBG helmet icon.  The keyboard will run you the same price as the headset, at $139.

SteelSeries PUBG Limited Edition

Accompanying the announcement of the headphone and keyboard is a third addition to the PUBG and SteelSeries collaboration:  a gaming mouse.  The Rival 310 features a graphic of the AirDrop crate, as well as RGB lighting that is controlled through SteelSeries Engine software (just like the M750 TKL).  This mouse uses a split-trigger setup for better gaming performance, and will retail for $69.

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