Razer announces Halo Infinite line with in-game rewards - pre-orders now open

Razer Halo Infinite limited edition
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Razer has announced a new line of limited edition PC peripherals based on the Halo Infinite universe. That's excellent news for anyone after a little more Mjolnir Powered Assault Armor decor in their lives. The new range sees the Kaira Pro headset, DeathAdder V2 mouse, and BlackWidow V3 keyboard all taking on the Master Chief's classic green hues and 117 iconography. Meanwhile, The Razer Goliathus Extended Chroma mouse pad is also getting in on the action with a smokey gray outline of the armor itself. 

Not only will these latest releases look excellent on any desktop, but you'll also receive in-game rewards for being the first to the party as well. Those who pick up the Razer Halo Kaira Pro headset or BlackWidow V3 will receive Deathly Poison armor and weapon coatings respectively. Or, wear a Fangs emblem with pride when you grab the DeathAdder V2 mouse. The Razer Goliathus Extended mouse pad will also unlock five challenge swaps in-game as well. 

The complete collection will launch on October 21, 2021, however, you can currently pre-order both the mouse, keyboard, and mat from GameStop. If you're looking to pick up all three of these early items, it's worth noting that you can also bundle together and grab all your equipment for $299.99. That's a $40 saving compared to the stacked individual costs which come to $339.97. The full arsenal will also be available for pre-order at Razer from September 27.

Razer DeathAdder V2 - Halo Infinite Edition | $79.99 at GameStop

Razer DeathAdder V2 - Halo Infinite Edition | $79.99 at GameStop
Featuring the clean lines of Master Chief's armor itself, as well as that bright RGB 117 in place of the Razer logo, the DeathAdder V2 also adds a little orange to the aesthetic. That comes in the form of the additional programmable buttons on each side, but you're still getting the same Razer Focus 20K sensor and five onboard memory profiles.

Razer Goliathus Extended Chroma - Halo Infinite Edition | $79.99 at GameStop

Razer Goliathus Extended Chroma - Halo Infinite Edition | $79.99 at GameStop
Things are a little more subdued on the Razer Goliathus Extended mouse pad. Sure, you're still getting over 16.8 million color options in the RGB lighting around the perimeter, but a solid grey background with a wisp of armor design makes for an understated design that will look great on any desktop.

Razer BlackWidow V3 - Halo Infinite Edition | $179.99 at GameStop

Razer BlackWidow V3 - Halo Infinite Edition | $179.99 at GameStop
The Razer BlackWidow V3 comes fully prepped with green switches and a beaten aesthetic perfect for waging war. You're getting all the benefits of Razer's latest deck here, as well as a sweet design including that all-important custom escape button.
Note: The Razer BlackWidow V3 Halo edition will ship on October 21.


Razer Kaira Pro - Halo Infinite Edition | $79.99 - pre-order from September 27 at Razer
While the Halo Infinite Razer Kaira Pro isn't currently available for pre-order, you'll be able to put your name down from September 27. You're getting those impressive TriForce Titanium 50mm drivers and an exclusive armor coating to boot here.

Halo Infinite will finally launch on December 8, 2021. If you're still searching for Xbox Series X stock, it's worth noting that Razer isn't the only ones jumping on the limited edition design. Halo Infinite Xbox Series X pre-orders are difficult to come by, but we're bringing you all the latest updates on stock as they come in.

You can, however, find plenty of these Razer accessories for far less if you're not fussed about the Halo design. You'll find all the best prices from around the web just below.

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Tabitha Baker
Managing Editor - Hardware

Managing Editor of Hardware at GamesRadar+, I originally landed in hardware at our sister site TechRadar before moving over to GamesRadar. In between, I've written for Tom’s Guide, Wireframe, The Indie Game Website and That Video Game Blog, covering everything from the PS5 launch to the Apple Pencil. Now, i'm focused on Nintendo Switch, gaming laptops (and the keyboards, headsets and mice that come with them), PS5, and trying to find the perfect projector.