Razer announces that their Xbox One accessories are forward compatible with Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S

Razer Nari Ultimate Xbox
Razer Nari Ultimate Xbox (Image credit: Razer)

What you need to know

  • Razer is one of the larger gaming PC and peripheral companies, and has a range of accessories for every gaming platform.
  • Ahead of the launch of next-gen consoles like the Xbox Series X and S, Razer is announcing forward compatibility for some of their accessories.
  • A ton of Xbox One accessories will be making their way with full compatibility for the Xbox Series X and S.
  • This includes the popular Razer Wolverine Ultimate controller, and the premium wireless Razer Nari Ultimate headset.

Razer is one of the best gaming peripheral companies, with a wide range of accessories for every occassion and use. While most of Razer is focused on the competitive PC gaming arena, they also have premium line-ups for consoles like the Xbox One and PS4 as well. With the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S just around the corner, Razer has announced which of their Xbox One accessories will be fully forward compatible with the upcoming next-gen consoles, and the list is pretty good.

If you're in the market for new Xbox-flavored accessories, be sure to check out our lists of best Xbox headsets, best Xbox controllers, and best Xbox accessories before making any decisions.

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The list of Razer accessories players can use with their new next-gen console is pretty solid, and includes some fantastic accessories that have made our "best for Xbox" lists in the past. This includes:

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