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SteelSeries & Bungie team up for exclusive Destiny 2: Lightfall gear

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As Bungie gears up to release Destiny 2: Lightfall on February 28, the developer has collaborated with accessory designer SteelSeries on a limited edition collection of peripherals themed around Lightfall and its new city of Neomuna.

For Guardians wanting the optimal experience for learning the powers of the new Darkness subclass Strand, SteelSeries has added the Arctis 7+ headset, Aerox 5 wireless mouse, QCK Prism XL RGB mousepad as well as some performance thumbstick toppers for Xbox and PlayStation controllers. The accessories are currently sold out on the SteelSeries website but are available to pre-order through Bungie and KontrolFreek.

Teals, purples, and oranges weave a Neomuna-inspired color palette across the accessories, which only differ cosmetically from others of the same model. The Arctic 7+ wireless headset is compatible with PC, mobile, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch, but can be used with a 3.5mm audio cable for Xbox consoles. The Aerox 5 wireless mouse is ambidextrous and can last up to 80 hours on a single charge. The QCK Prism cloth mousepad measures 900 x 300 mm and has RGB lighting around the outside. It’s water-resistant to boot, too. Finally, the thumbstick toppers offer extra grip and come in purple and green with the Destiny logo in the middle. Depending on where players order from, they could even come in a miniature Traveler case.

How to get the Luminescent Precision emblem in Destiny 2

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That’s not all though. For those in-game collectors, ordering any of the accessories also includes codes that can be redeemed for emblems and emotes. The emote up for grabs is called Viral Celebration and the emblem is Luminescent Precision. The emblem features the same colors as the new Destiny and SteelSeries collaboration peripherals do, to really coordinate your setup.

After purchasing any of the items from SteelSeries, Bungie, or KontrolFreek, the code for both rewards will be inside the box when your new accessories are delivered.

Destiny 2: Lightfall is set for release on February 28 for PC, Xbox and PlayStation.

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