What you need to know
- Secretlab and Warner Bros. have teamed up to release two Mortal Kombat-themed gaming chairs.
- They launch today, April 15.
- The Omega variant will cost $389, while the Titan will cost $429.
Secretlab and Warner Bros. have collaborated to make two Secretlab Mortal Kombat Edition gaming chairs a reality just in time for the 2021 Mortal Kombat movie. Since the film's releasing on HBO Max as well as theaters, you'll be able to watch the big-screen versions of Scorpion and Sub-Zero beat the snot out of each other from the comfort of a PU leather gaming chair emblazoned with the iconic MK dragon logo, should you so choose.
To touch on the specifics of the chairs' builds: they're upholstered in Secretlab's PRIME 2.0 PU leather (so you can spare real-life animals while you viciously murder all kinds of species in Mortal Kombat 11), which the company claims is four times more durable than standard PU leather. They also let you recline up to 165 degrees.
The chairs are available starting today, April 15, for $389 (Omega) and $429 (Titan) at Secretlab's site. The pair will only be available in limited quantities, so if you're a fan of either model, consider moving quickly.
Interested in other Secretlab goods? Check out our review of the company's Aape Collection gaming chair. Or, if you're looking for extras to top up your chair-sitting experience, here our guide to the best Secretlab gaming chair accessories of 2021.
And in case you somehow missed it, don't forget to check out the Mortal Kombat movie trailer. Seriously, it's rad. There's a bit in it where Sub-Zero freezes a squirt of blood to turn it into a dagger. Plus, Goro's in the trailer. Goro! You remember him? He's the four-armed guy who clobbered you in Mortal Kombat X online matches.
Secretlab's Mortal Kombat gaming chairs
Take a seat
Time to sink into a komfy chair and witness fictional beings get their internal organs smeared across a screen. Whether you're watching the MK movie or playing one of the games, there's no excuse to relax in anything besides a Secretlab Mortal Kombat chair.
Robert Carnevale is the News Editor for Windows Central. He's a big fan of Kinect (it lives on in his heart), Sonic the Hedgehog, and the legendary intersection of those two titans, Sonic Free Riders. He is the author of Cold War 2395. Have a useful tip? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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