Tuesday, August 21st 2018

SteelSeries Announced PUBG Branded Peripherals

SteelSeries, the global leader in gaming peripherals, in collaboration with PLAYERUNKNOWN's Battlegrounds, is proud to announce a limited edition line of PUBG-branded peripherals. The new headset, keyboard, mouse and mousepad are designed with exclusive images inspired by the popular battle royale game.

"The opportunity to work with the PUBG team, the players and fans has been a phenomenal experience," said Ehtisham Rabbani, SteelSeries CEO. "We are thrilled to bring the brilliant design of the PUBG world to our premier products. Together we are arming PUBG gamers to win the battle."
The SteelSeries PUBG partnership was announced earlier this year with the launch of a PUBG QcK+ mousepad.

"Our fans and players are some of the most fervent in the gaming community," said Changhan Kim, CEO, PUBG Corp. "We knew from the onset that SteelSeries would be our perfect partner to create these high-end peripherals that represent the best in gaming and showcase the heart of PUBG."

SteelSeries is also collaborating closely with PUBG to provide future SteelSeries Engine GamesSense support. The integration will allow PLAYERUNKNOWN's Battleground players to customize the illumination effects on PUBG peripherals based on in-game events.

The line, available globally in Q3, includes PUBG editions of the Arctis 5 gaming headset, Apex M750 TKL gaming keyboard, Rival 310 gaming mouse and QcK+ mousepad.

The award-winning Arctis line is getting the full PUBG treatment with the Arctis 5 PUBG Edition. It features the PUBG logo on the ski-goggle headband and "Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner" art on the earcups. The Arctis 5 is a USB, 7.1 surround sound gaming headset with Prism RGB illumination and SteelSeries' ClearCast microphone, the best microphone in gaming. The Arctis 5 PUBG Edition will be available in NA for $119.99, in EMEA for €139.99, and in APAC for $139.99.

The Apex M750 TKL is a ten keyless keyboard designed for esports athletes who need the extra desk space for quick and precise mouse movements. The Apex M750 TKL PUBG Edition features PUBG-specific icons in place of some of the traditional letter keys. The WASD keys have been replaced with silver keycaps with arrows, the ESC replaced with the iconic PUBG helmet and the numbers one through five have been replaced with weapon icons. The M750 TKL still retains its brilliant RGB lighting, durable aluminum frame and exclusive QX2 linear mechanical switches. The Apex M750 TKL PUBG Edition will be available in NA for $129.99, in EMEA for €149.99, and in APAC for $139.99.

The Rival 310 was a mouse made for speed and accuracy in first-person shooters due to the power of the TrueMove3 sensor. The Rival 310 PUBG Edition features the same high performance, but with special design. The design features the PUBG logo and recognizable Air Drop crate. The mouse uses a split-trigger button design and mulit-color Prism RGB illumination compatible with SteelSeries Engine software. The Rival 310 PUBG Edition will be available in NA for $69.99, in EMEA for €79.99, and in APAC for $79.99.

The QcK+ PUBG Edition features art from the Erangel and Miramar maps. The Erangel mousepad was first introduced when SteelSeries announced the partnership with PUGB earlier this year. The QcK+ measures 450x400x4mm and is made of a nearly frictionless surface and has a non-slip rubber base. The QcK+ PUBG Edition will be available in NA for $19.99, in EMEA for €24.99, and in APAC for $24.99.

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5 Comments on SteelSeries Announced PUBG Branded Peripherals

#1
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Seems a little late in the game (litereally) for these as everyone plays fortnite now.
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Chloe Price
CrAsHnBuRnXp, post: 3889540, member: 44048"
Seems a little late in the game (litereally) for these as everyone plays fortnite now.
I still wonder why people plays that crappy poor man's PUBG. :confused:

For me this would be great since I just can't remember the hotkeys. And it's also TKL, which is a great thing. First a TKL keyboard felt weird, but since I got used to it, there's no going back. The switches are just neverheard for me, dunno are they fine or not.
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#3
Mussels
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that keyboard looks reaaaallly similar to my Corsair K65

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#4
Tsukiyomi91
that "crappy poor man's PUBG" is making more revenue than that asset flop where the creator; Brendan Greene (aka PlayerUnknown) won't even dedicate his own time in fixing that buggy-ass of a game he calls "an original" that uses the same freaking engine as their competitor; Epic Games. Come back again when PUBG actually listens to their community, fix their goddamn $20-ish game & bring back their 2 mil+ gamers who lost their interest thanks to rampant China hackers & troll lords.
Anyways;
that keyboard do suspiciously look like Corsair's K65 RGB TKL mechanical keyboard, just look way more cheesier & with horrible software support.
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#5
Liviu Cojocaru
OMG now I have to replace all my peripherals :D ... not ... I am playing PUBG but I find it silly to buy marketing stuff like this :)
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