What you need to know
- Secretlab launched new Overwatch Edition chairs.
- The chairs come in either a black Overwatch theme, or a poppy pink D.Va theme.
- Both chairs are available to preorder now starting at $360.
We're hot off the heels of Blizzcon 2019 and the reveal of Overwatch 2, but Blizzard apparently isn't stopping there. In collaboration with Secretlab, the two companies have launched a pair of new Overwatch Edition gaming chairs, and they're dripping with style.
One of the new chairs is wrapped in Secretlab's PRIME PU 2.0 leather, and it's decked out in black with orange highlights. Across the back of the chair is a stitched orange-and-black Overwatch emblem to top things off.
The other chair is purely for fans of one of Overwatch's most popular heroes, D.Va. This one is covered in Secretlab's Softweave fabric, and it's pure, poppy pink. On the back, you'll get D.Va's iconic bunny icon, name, and sponsor logos.
No matter which one you pick, the chairs are based on Secretlab's 2020 Series, which I previously reviewed and found to be extremely comfortable for long work and gaming sessions. Starting at $360, the price may be a little on the high side for some, but the durable build quality and comfortable foam cushions live up to the price.
Game in style
Secretlab's Overwatch Edition chairs combine the company's comfortable 2020 Series with some stylish looks.
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