What you need to know
- Secretlab teamed up with CD Projekt RED to make a gaming chair for Cyberpunk 2077.
- The design takes cues from the game and the neon-dystopian world, featuring the logo of Keanu Reeve's in-game rock band.
- Available now in limited supply now with more stock expected for the launch of the game.
Secretlab announced the availability of Cyberpunk 2077 gaming chairs. Teaming up with developer CD Projekt RED, Secretlab is allowing fans of the highly anticipated game release to upgrade their workstation with ultimate comfort. As an added bonus, the chair looks like it was extracted straight from the world of Cyberpunk.
The Cyberpunk 2077 gaming chair from Secretlab pulls together the most distinctive elements of Night City, drawing heavily on the game's rich lore and history, as well as the main protagonist, V. Secretlab chairs are best known for comfort and are relied upon by gamers looking to spend hours lost in virtual worlds. With how expansive Cyberpunk 2077 is expected to be, you'll need a comfy chair to get through every bit of detail.
To set the chair apart from the rest of Secretlab's catalog, the team utilized the same neon yellow found in most Cyberpunk 2077 marketing and officially licensed products. To add some contrast, bright turquoise stitching is located along the edges. It's not only the front that looks the part as there's the flaming logo of chrome rock band Samurai, headed up by singer Johnny Silverhand (Keanu Reeves).
The Cyberpunk 2077 Secretlab gaming chair is available to buy now in limited quantities and comes in OMEGA and TITAN1 models. Further stock will be made available once Cyberpunk 2077 releases on November 19.
Upgrade your battle station with an official Cyberpunk 2077 gaming chair from Secretlab. Equipped with a neon yellow paint job and branding from the chrome rock band Samurai, this is one gorgeous butt-padder.
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