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SteelSeries Is Launching A Devilishly Good Diablo IV Collaboration And It’s Coming To Australia

Hell yeah!

SteelSeries has revealed one hell of a collection of Diablo IV-themed gear, featuring some of its best gear adorned with devilish details and a couple of stunning extras to boot.

While we don’t have Australian pricing for any of it just yet, we can confirm that the collection is headed to our shores in the coming weeks, so Aussie Diablo fans can look the part and get the best performance from their gear while sinking 100s of hours into the game.

Here’s what’s coming:

Arctis Nova 7 Wireless | Diablo IV Edition

The SteelSeries Arctis Nova 7, which sports the excellent Nova Acoustic System, simultaneous dual-wireless, a massive 38-hour battery life and AI-powered noise cancelling mic, has been given a demonic makeover that includes devil-red embellishments and even a scaly headband.

As part of the collab, SteelSeries has also tapped Diablo IV’s sound engineers to create an official preset for its powerful and incredibly customisable Sonar Audio software suite, so you can heard the game exactly how its own sound team want you to with the themed Nova 7 Wireless headset.

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Aerox 5 Wireless | Diablo IV Edition

The Aerox 5 Wireless also gets the black-and-red Diablo IV treatment, going as far as altering its normal lightweight honeycomb design to be a lot more twisted and demonic-looking.

QcK Heavy XXL | Diablo IV Edition

And of course, it wouldn’t be a SteelSeries collab without an oversized mousepad adorned with gorgeous artwork, which is what we’ve got here with the QcK Heavy XXL sporting a very gothic Diablo IV piece to match the rest of your very sombre and spooky setup.

And while there’s no keyboard in this collection, SteelSeries is also releasing a very limited supply of 2,160 gorgeous artisan keycaps inspired by Diablo IV’s hell gate, available through the SteelSeries website. And for the controller crowd, there are some sick KontrolFreeks performances thumbsticks to boot.

Learn more about all of this hot gear right here.