RAZER AND 343 INDUSTRIES ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR HALO INFINITE LICENSED GAMING GEAR

Razer™, the leading global lifestyle brand for gamers, today announced a partnership with 343 Industries for its highly anticipated premium franchise, Halo Infinite. The licensing rights allow Razer to develop multiple licensed products including gaming peripherals for both Xbox and PC.

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“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,” says Kiki Wolfkill, Head of Halo Transmedia at 343 Industries. “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.”

Halo Infinite, a premier launch title for Xbox Series X coming this Holiday was first announced during E3 2018 and will be the next installment in the historic Master Chief saga.

“Halo Infinite is among the most anticipated games this year, with a rich community that’s been yearning for custom gear,” says Bob Ohlweiler, VP and General Manager of Razer USA. “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.”

This partnership will continue Razer’s string of innovative products for Xbox, having previously developed industry-first Xbox products including the Nari Ultimate for Xbox One, the first Xbox Wireless-compatible headset with HyperSense haptic feedback; and the Razer Turret for Xbox One, the console’s first wireless keyboard and mouse. These products, along with Razer’s award-winning Wolverine controller lineup, will all be forward compatible with Microsoft’s upcoming Xbox Series X videogame console. In addition, Razer is developing a line of all new Xbox products to be released later this year.

More details on Razer’s Halo Infinite products and new Xbox peripherals will be released in the coming months.

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