Razer makes official Warhammer PC gaming gear now

Games Workshop has paired with high-end PC gaming peripheral firm Razer to make Warhammer 40k versions of its gaming mice, mousemats, and more

Warhammer 40k Razer PC gaming gear - Razer sales images of Warhammer 40k versions of the Orochi mouse and Gigantus mousemat

Warhammer 40k maker Games Workshop’s mighty merchandising machine grows ever larger; high-end PC gaming peripherals firm Razer has announced it’ll now offer custom versions of its gaming mice, mouse top shells, and mouse mats, themed around Warhammer 40k factions, as well as GW-licenced videogames Total War: Warhammer 3 and Warhammer: Vermintide 2.

Revealed by Razer and GW via social media on Tuesday, the three Warhammer titles each offer a handful of distinct artworks to choose from, which can be applied to the Orochi V2 gaming mouse and Gigantus V2 mouse mat, via Razer’s ‘Customs’ store. The Customs store also has Razer phone cases customised for various games, including Magic: The Gathering – but these aren’t available with the Warhammer 40k artwork.

The six Warhammer 40k designs available include three featuring Ultramarines Primaris Space Marines, two starring Sisters of Battle and their associated imagery, and one, er, wall of screaming faces – the artwork found on the inside cover of each Warhammer 40k 9th edition codex. Gnarly.

The Warhammer titles share a section with three other games – CD PROJEKT RED’s Cyberpunk 2077,  MiHoYo’s Genshin Impact, and Bandai Namco’s Guilty Gear Strive – as possible customisation pallets in the Razer Customs store.

Warhammer 40k Razer PC gaming gear - Razer sales website screenshot showing the customisation screen for the Orochi gaming mouse, with a Sisters of Battle artwork

You can also get the mice and mats customised with art from a bunch of other partner brands, from metal bands Sabaton and Dragonforce to Hello Kitty. You know, to go with the genetically altered super-soldiers.

In recent months, Games Workshop has expanded into Warhammer 40k comics, Nurgling plushies, Panini sticker albums, scented candles, and more – watch out for our review of Merchoid’s Warhammer 40k bathrobes; it’s in the works…