Just in time for BlizzCon 2017, Razer announced a new line of accessories inspired by Hana Song, more popularly known as D.Va, from the massively popular multiplayer shooter Overwatch.
D.Va mains should definitely check out the gears, which are probably the closest that they can get to actually piloting the gamer girl's mech.
Razer Unveils D.Va-Inspired Accessories
The Razer gaming accessories inspired by D.Va are a mouse, a matching mousepad, and a headset.
The mouse and the mousepad are based on existing Razer products. The D.Va Razer Abyssus Elite mouse is an upgraded version of Razer's Abyssus V2 that features a 7,200 DPI optical sensor, the signature chrome lighting of Razer, three hyper-responsive buttons, and an ambidextrous design. It is priced at $59.99, which is $10 more than the Abyssus V2. The D.Va Razer Goliathus mousepad, meanwhile, features the same specifications as Razer's Goliathus mousepad, at 14 inches, 10 inches tall, and 0.16 of an inch wide. It features D.Va's symbol and styling but is still priced at $19.99.
The headset, however, is where things get very interesting for Razer's D.Va line. It is an entirely new product, called the Razer MEKA headset, and is an almost exact replica of what D.Va wears in Overwatch while piloting her mech. Razer, however, has not revealed any details about the wired headset beyond what it looks like, though gamers who are excited about the Razer MEKA will likely not care about its specifications.
The D.Va Razer Abyssus Elite and the D.Va Razer Goliathus are now available, but players might have to wait a while before they are able to buy the Razer MEKA.
What's Next For Razer And 'Overwatch'?
Razer recently made headlines by announcing the Razer Phone, a gamer-focused smartphone that will launch on Nov. 17 with a price tag of $700. The device will come with a 5.7-inch 1440p screen, an UltraMotion display with a 120Hz refresh rate, Dolby Atmos audio certified by THX that is the first for a smartphone, Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, 8 GB of RAM, and a Game Booster feature that dedicates its resources toward better performance for gaming.
Overwatch, meanwhile, was one of the pillars of the BlizzCon 2017 opening salvo. A new healer hero, Moira, has been introduced, along with a new map named Blizzard World that will feature Blizzard's other franchises. Also coming soon to the shooter are new skins inspired by other Blizzard games, such as one based on the Barbarian class of the Diablo series for Zarya and another based on Nova from StarCraft II for Widowmaker.