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SteelSeries Introduces the Siberia Elite World of Warcraft Edition Headset

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SteelSeries,the global leader in premium gaming peripherals, in collaboration with Blizzard Entertainment, today announced the upcoming release of the Siberia Elite World of Warcraft Edition Headset. Gamers will soon be able to experience epic quests, intense raids, and endless adventure across Azeroth and Draenor while wielding a premium headset with jet-black ear cushions, illuminated runes, and a lightweight over-the-head suspension style designed for hours of comfortable gameplay.

"Our partnership with Blizzard Entertainment to create unique gear for the World of Warcraft community has culminated in this bold new version of our premium and award-winning headset-a perfect complement to Blizzard's upcoming Warlords of Draenor expansion," said Tino Soelberg, SteelSeries CTO. "Players deserve the best quality audio to experience the music and sounds of Draenor; this exclusive edition of the Siberia Elite headset delivers epic audio quality in a beautiful World of Warcraft-themed design."





ILLUMINATE YOUR PATH TO VICTORY
The ring of runes is where gamers can see the power of the headset. Players can choose from millions of color options that can also be saved in an endless number of audio profiles. In addition to color, there are options for a pulsating glow, dynamic lighting based on your in-game actions, or no illumination at all-the choices are endless.

HEAR THE ROAR OF BATTLE
The headset is equipped with multiple Dolby technologies and a closed-type earcup design that provides listeners with a virtual 7.1-channel surround sound experience. Players are able to create and save their own unique audio profiles through the SteelSeries Engine 3 software by tuning their own equalizer settings, microphone functionality and much more. Gamers can control their microphone mute as well as speaker volume from directly on the headset by turning the easy-to-find dials on each earcup, making quick adjustments simple and convenient.

The SteelSeries Siberia Elite World of Warcraft Edition headset is available for pre-order now on the SteelSeries Web Shop for $219.99/€219,99 MSRP. For more information about the new headset and the rest of SteelSeries' official Blizzard Entertainment licensed products, please visit steelseries.com/g/world-of-warcraft.
 
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really am losing my respect for Steelseries with this "lets slap a game/brand on our exciting product and sell it for more moneyz" bullshit.
 
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really am losing my respect for Steelseries with this "lets slap a game/brand on our exciting product and sell it for more moneyz" bullshit.
Totally.
 
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While I tend to agree with the comments. From a business stand point. Profits are profits and if people buy this stuff... what the heck.. Keep making money.
 
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I agree with all comments made thus far.
 
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You either die a good headphone maker, or live long enough to see yourself become a fashion brand like Beats.
 
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You either die a good headphone maker, or live long enough to see yourself become a fashion brand like Beats.
Sennheiser is still going strong! also pretty sure Logitech has not succumb to these practices yet.