With the recent announcement that Destiny 2 will be coming to the PC, and marking Bungie’s first game on PC since Halo 2, it led to a great deal of excitement. Razer has announced a partnership with Bungie that will bring peripherals with a Destiny 2 theme to the marketplace.

It is expected that a mouse, mouse mat, gaming headset, and keyboard will come out in August right before the game’s September launch. The new products will include a revamped Razer DeathAdder Elite, its high-end mouse. The Razer Ornata Chroma keyboard will bring the benefits of a mechanical keyboard alongside the comfort of traditional membrane keys.

A redone Man O ‘War Tournament Edition headset will bring comfort and compatibility with the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Finally, the Razer Goliathus Speed will provide a soft, comfortable mouse mat for those looking to get a bit of everything. These devices should provide folks looking to get into PC gaming accessories a way to do that and in theory, be a bit more stylish than the company’s usual black and neon green offerings. The DeathAdder Elite mouse is outstanding and combines comfort with custom-made mechanical switches to provide accuracy and a grip that holds steady during long and intense play sessions.

The Chroma keyboard offers up fast response times and should look rather snazzy with some Destiny-themed styling. The Goliathus Speed is incredible, offering up a lot of cushion and a very comfortable surface to play on. It’s a bit on the large side though, so be sure to have plenty of room to use it. Finally, the Man O ‘War headset is large, with form-fitting earcups that allow you to play for a long time without much fatigue.

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In playing the original Destiny with a high-end gaming headset, it really does give you an edge in being able to tell where enemies are located without needing a high-end home theater surround sound setup. There’s no word on pricing, but hopefully these special editions won’t cost ore than the default versions of the hardware.