Mouse and mouse mat combo stylised after tank MMO

Razer announces World of Tanks peripherals

Razer has announced a new line-up of peripherals based around the popular MMO World of Tanks.

The products based on the ‘freemium’ title from developer Wargaming include a customised Razer DeathAdder mouse and a World of Tanks Razer Goliathus mouse mat.

“We’re hyped to be officially supporting one of the fastest-growing titles in all of eSports in time for the World of Tanks Grand Finals in Warsaw,” said Razer co-founder, CEO and creative director Min-Liang Tan of the deal.

“Wargaming is one of the most prestigious game developers, and releasing these custom-made peripherals for the event is a huge boon for millions of World of Tanks players all over the world.”

The custom-designed DeathAdder mouse will be modeled after the existing DeathAdder ergonomic design, plus an orange illuminated World of Tanks logo.

Fans of the game will be able to pair the premium gaming device with the World of Tanks Razer Goliathus mouse mat, which aims to provide virtual tank commanders steady aiming.

The first 20,000 units of both products will include in-game codes for World of Tanks featuring the Pz. Kpfw. IV hydraulic tank, which will only be available to World of Tanks DeathAdder users.

“Razer has the same attitude toward perfection that we strive for at Wargaming,” said Victor Kislyi, CEO of Wargaming.

“We aim to create the most realistic and engaging gaming experience, and Razer builds cutting-edge gaming devices for that purpose.”

“When we decided to create dedicated peripherals for World of Tanks, we knew that Razer would be the perfect partner. We couldn’t be happier with the outcome.”

The World of Tanks Razer DeathAdder mouse will be released in April, costing $79.99 (£49). The Razer Goliathus mouse mat will also be released in April, with a price tag of $19.99 (£12).

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