Genshin Impact partners with Razer for themed gaming gear and co-branded products

Genshin Impact partners with Razer for themed gaming gear and co-branded products

Genshin Impact has partnered with Razer to bring players a different kind of gaming experience with co-branded products. miHoYo's open-world action role-playing game will offer licensed peripherals and product support for gaming hardware such as the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro gaming mouse, Razer Iskur X ergonomic gaming chair, and the Razer Goliathus Speed gaming mouse mat to name a few.

Genshin Impact's co-branded products also offer a bonus code that Travelers will be able to redeem inside the game for awesome rewards. Plus, Razer Customs will offer customization services for these products on so that gamers can personalize their gear. To top it all off, Razer is providing a custom-tuned THX Game Profile through the THX Spatial Audio app.

The beautiful world of Genshin Impact has encapsulated many fans globally and the opportunities are boundless,” says 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-winning 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,” says 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.”

Eager to give the game a go on your new decked-out gaming gear? You can download Genshin Impact on the iOS App Store or on the Google Play Store for Android devices. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases. You can also visit the official website for more info on the themed hardware.

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