As we head into the new generation of gaming consoles ahead of the Xbox Series X launch on November 10, Razer has outlined its range of forward-compatible controllers and peripherals for the console.
I’ve already touched on the fantastic Razer Kishi in my review, and so my experience with Razer and Xbox has been 1-for-1 so far so I have high hopes for what’s on offer from them on Xbox Series X. Who doesn’t love slick new third-party accessories for their new hardware?
The Xbox Series X is proving to be a super accessible cross-generational platform for gamers, with a large backwards compatibility catalogue, a stack of current-gen games set for 4K upgrades and Smart Deliver capacity, not to mention all first-party Xbox accessories including all controllers from 2013 onwards being compatible with the new console.
Razer is certainly jumping on that bandwagon, making a range of its more popular Xbox controllers and headsets immediately compatible with the Series X upon launch on November 10.
The Nari Ultimate is one of those compatible accessories, and as a headset should certainly be appealing to online gamers on Xbox Series X. Alongside the Nari is the Razer Wolverine Ultimate, and award-winning controller, as well as the Razer Atrox Arcade Stick. Check out the full range below.
- Razer Nari Ultimate Designed for Xbox
- Razer Wolverine Ultimate
- Razer Wolverine Tournament Edition
- Razer Atrox Designed for Xbox arcade stick
- Razer Thresher Designed for Xbox
- Razer Turret Designed for Xbox