Razer launches Fortnite peripherals collection

Hardware brand Razer has announced a partnership with Epic Games that will see the launch of a new lineup of peripherals with Fortnite branding.

Consisting of a mouse, keyboard, headset, and mousepad, the collection features blue and yellow graffiti-inspired designs and will also include in-game digital items for players such as gliders and pickaxes.

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The collection features well-known Razer products: the renowned Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro mouse, the BlackWidow V4X keyboard, the Kraken V3 X headset, and the Goliathus Extended Chroma mousepad. All four products sit at the very top of the company’s offerings, and it’s impressive that Razer included the latest version of its DeathAdder mouse in the collection instead of an older model.

Together with the products themselves, Razer and Epic Games have worked to include in-game items, such as the Raptor and Dauntless Dragon Gliders as well as the Demon Skull and Cliffhanger Pickaxes. The in-game items received will be different depending on the product bought.

According to Razer, the collection is inspired by the Fortnite Battle Bus and Supply Llama and will be available globally through physical stores or online.

The collaboration to create a line of customised products is nothing new to Razer. The company has a large “Razer Customs” segment of products that are co-designed with gaming and lifestyle brands, content creators, and even movies and music artists.

For example, Razer has collections co-designed with the PUBG Corporation, Hello Kitty, The Smurfs, metal band Sabaton, Street Fighter, DJ Deadmau5 and many others.

The Fortnite collection features a bold blue colour with yellow accents throughout. The headset features an image of the Supply Llama instead of the Razer logo on the side and all items feature battle bus-inspired segments that feature sheet metal designs.

Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.