SteelSeries x KontrolFreek Unveil Limited-Edition Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Collection

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SteelSeries x KontrolFreek have announced their limited-edition Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Collection. Inspired by one of the game’s more popular Task Force 141 members, Simon “Ghost” Riley, the collection comprises an artisan keycap, performance thumbsticks, and a QcK mousepad, the latter of which is available in either Task Force 141 or Ghost designs. The items are available now at SteelSeries and

  • SteelSeries x Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Limited-Edition QcK Mousepad – US $19.99 | EU €24.99
  • SteelSeries x Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Limited-Edition Artisan keycap – US $49.99 | EU €49.99 | AP $49.99
  • KontrolFreek x Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Performance Thumbsticks – US $19.99 | EU €24.99

SteelSeries x Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Limited-Edition QcK Mousepad features:

  • Award-winning SteelSeries QcK Mousepad
  • Two exclusive Task Force 141 or Ghost designs to choose from
  • Elite performance micro-woven QcK material
  • Optimized for both low and high CPI movements
  • The choice of the esports pros for more than 15 years

SteelSeries x Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Limited-Edition Artisan Keycap features:

  • Ultra-exclusive – numbered 1/1000
  • Zinc Metal Alloy construction
  • Embossed Call of Duty Ghost emblem
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II x SteelSeries presentation box

KontrolFreek x Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Limited-Edition Performance Thumbstick features:

  • The world’s most advanced thumb grips feature a next-gen 4-Prong design to meet ergonomic and performance gaming needs for next-gen consoles and gamers
  • High-Rise Thumbsticks deliver 11.3mm of added height to original stock controller sticks for enhanced control and increased comfort
  • Provides an increased range of motion and accuracy, while decreasing hand & thumb fatigue, along with reduced dead zone resistance  
  • Proprietary rubber compound enhances grip and reduces slip
  • Available for PlayStation 5 | PlayStation 4 | Xbox X/S | Xbox One

“KontrolFreek continues to be an excellent partner, and we are proud to work together once again to provide both enthusiasts and casual gamers unique ways to celebrate their fandom and amplify their gaming experiences,” said Ratna Kirpal, Senior Vice President, Global Consumer Products, Activision.

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From a SteelSeries press release:

The SteelSeries QcK mousepad, long hailed as the ‘go-to’ playing surface for PC gaming and esports pros, has been adorned with 2 different designs from the newest chapter in the Call of Duty series, giving fans a choice of either an iconic Ghost or Task Force 141 emblem. SteelSeries QcK mousepads use an exclusive micro-woven cloth for maximum control while being optimized for both low and high-speed CPI tracking movements.

To create the ultimate custom keyboard for Call of Duty fans, a limited-edition numbered artisan keycap is available for gamers to collect. Made from a Zinc Metal Alloy and embossed with a Ghost emblem, along with a laser-etched unique number (1/1000), the keycaps will only be available while supplies last.

KontrolFreek and Call of Duty have a storied history of creating limited-edition Call of Duty Performance Thumbsticks. For 2022, the latest collaboration is designed to give gamers an edge in Modern Warfare II. Featuring a Task Force 141-inspired design and engineered with KontrolFreeks’ proprietary rubber compound, the limited-edition thumbsticks allow users to optimize their in-game sensitivity, giving finer control and maximum precision for neutralizing threats and turning the tides of battle. All KontrolFreek Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II thumbsticks come with an exclusive in-game calling card, while fans that purchase the thumbsticks through will also receive a limited-edition Task Force 141 challenge coin while supplies last.

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