Razer partners with 343 Industries to develop Halo Infinite gaming gear

Halo Infinite x Razer
Halo Infinite x Razer (Image credit: Razer)

What you need to know

  • Razer has partnered with 343 Industries to bring licensed Halo Infinite-themed gaming gear to players.
  • More details will come "in the coming months," and products will be released during the Q4 period of 2020.
  • Accessories for both Xbox and PC gamers are being made.

Gaming accessory manufacturer Razer has announced that it has partnered with Halo developer 343 Industries in order to create licensed Halo Infinite gaming gear for players. According to an email sent to Windows Central, more details on these accessories are coming "in the coming months." Additionally, the email confirmed that there would be gaming peripherals targeted at both Xbox and PC players, and that the peripherals would hit shelves sometime during Q4 of 2020.

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343 Industries' Head of Halo Transmedia Kiki Wolfkill had this to say about the partnership: "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. 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."

Bob Ohlweiler, Vice President and General Manager of Razer USA, also expressed his excitement about the venture. "Halo Infinite is among the most anticipated games this year, with a rich community that's been yearning for custom gear. 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."

Overall, we're very excited to see what kind of Halo gear Razer makes, and we'll be sure to cover what Razer has in store for fans when they announce more details. For more on Halo Infinite, make sure you check out our analysis of the game's gameplay reveal as well as what we liked and disliked about what we saw.

Brendan Lowry

Brendan Lowry is a Windows Central writer and Oakland University graduate with a burning passion for video games, of which he's been an avid fan since childhood. You'll find him doing reviews, editorials, and general coverage on everything Xbox and PC. Follow him on Twitter.