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Razer has introduced a new series of gaming products targeting fans of miHoYo’s hit action role-playing game, Genshin Impact. They comprise a branded Razer Iskur X gaming chair in blue and gold with companion Paimon on the back, along with a similarly themed Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro wireless gaming mouse. Rounding off the collection is a Razer Goliathus Medium mouse mat with a cheery Paimon on the front and stitched edges in gold.

Razer’s new Genshin Impact themed products are the result of a new partnership between the popular gaming peripheral manufacturer and miHoYo, the China-based video game developer and animation studio behind the game. Genshin Impact fans can look forward to even more releases from the collaboration, per Razer:

For the ultimate Genshin Impact gaming station, Genshin Impact designs will soon be available on Razer Customs, an online service by that offers official partner designs for a range of Razer hardware. Razer Customs enables gamers to personalize and modify their gear including mice, phone cases and mouse mats, making it truly their own.

To further amp up the immersion, Razer also provides a custom-tuned THX Game Profile via the THX Spatial Audio app. The profile is available on PC and is compatible with all gaming headsets for Genshin Impact. With the aim of delivering advanced 7.1 surround sound with pinpoint positional accuracy, the THX Spatial Audio app enables realistic acoustics for a lifelike reflection of the in-game surroundings.

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“The beautiful world of Genshin Impact has encapsulated many fans globally and the opportunities are boundless,” said Justin Cooney, Director, Global Partnerships at Razer. “Through this partnership, Razer will provide our expertise in deepening the gamer’s immersive experience through our award-wining hardware, software and services, and bring the adventure to life.”

“With an extensive following across the globe, miHoYo is excited to work together with gaming giant, Razer,” said Yu Ling, Overseas Business Director of miHoYo. “We look forward to delighting fans of Genshin Impact together with Razer as we expand our fantasy world.”

Source: Razer

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  1. [QUOTE=”Grimlakin, post: 42106, member: 215″]
    Is Genshin impact really that big of a thing?
    It’s a[URL=’’] pretty popular game[/URL], at least in Asia. Nearly $2B USD in annual revenue, over 50M active players/month. More than half of that going through Apple. It’s one of those rare games that has crossplay between PC, console, and mobile devices.

    It’s basically Zelda Breath of the Wild Online. Not bad to play casually but will suck you dry if you try to get into it, since it’s a Gacha cash shop at it’s heart.

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