The Halo Infinite Razer BlackWidow V3 Gaming Keyboard is now 120

The Halo Infinite Razer mouse has also had a decent price cut.

It's been just over a month since Halo Infinite launched on Xbox and PC and if you've had your eye on Razer's Halo Infinite-themed peripherals like the BlackWidow V3 gaming keyboard and the DeathAdder V2 gaming mouse, you might want to keep reading. We've spotted some pretty decent price drops on these two spartan-worthy accessories.

Currys reduced the Halo Infinite Edition Razer BlackWidow V3 to £139 just before Christmas, but it has since been discounted even more. It's now just £120 - that's £60 cheaper than buying it directly from Razer's website. Currys has also reduced the Halo Infinite-themed Razer gaming mouse to £55 (was £75). A fiver has also been knocked off the Halo Edition Razer Goliathus Extended Chroma Gaming Surface - making it £55 (£25 cheaper than directly from Razer).

The keyboard and mouse are compatible with both PC and the Xbox X/S console, meaning you can enhance your gaming experience across both platforms. So whether you received a copy of Halo Infinite for Christmas, have gift money to splash, or simply want the ultimate Halo-themed PC setup, now's an excellent time to buy.


The Halo Infinite edition of the wired Razer BlackWidow V3 sports a colourway inspired by Master Chief's Mjolnir Powered Assault Armor. The gaming keyboard offers a full-size layout (US keyboard) with a customisable roller wheel and media key, as well as clicky and tactile Razer green switches, designed for better precision and performance while gaming. It also has customisable RGB settings and on-board memory to save control profiles for up to 5 different games.

The Halo Infinite-themed keyboard also comes with an ergonomic wrist rest, which attaches to your keyboard magnetically to ensure it doesn't slip and slide during your gaming sessions, and a bonus in-game reward: Deathly Poison Weapon Coating.


Currys has also slashed the price of the Halo edition DeathAdder V2 gaming mouse. It's normally £80 if you buy directly from Razer, and you can currently bag it for just £55.

The feature-packed DeathAdder V2 boasts a Focus+ 20K DPI optical sensor, Razer optical switches, an instinctive scroll wheel and a lightweight 82g design.

We'll be sure to let you know if we spot the Halo-themed Razer Kaira Pro gaming headset on offer, but right now it looks like it's still full price over at the Razer website. In the meanwhile, you might want to check out our Best Xbox deals page for all the latest games, accessories and Game Pass discounts. Also be sure to check out our Jelly Deals Twitter page, where we share more offers and discounts on games, peripherals and other cool and geeky collectibles.

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