Secretlab Overwatch 2 Collection Revealed
In continued collaboration with Blizzard Entertainment, Secretlab is expanding its Overwatch Collection with two new chair designs for the launch of Overwatch 2, the company announced Friday.
Inspired by the fan-favorite Tracer and Genji, the two new offerings for the collection will likely catch the eye of many longtime Overwatch fans and DPS mains alike.
The Secretlab Overwatch 2 Collection expands the company's number of special edition Blizzard collab chairs to eight:
- Secretlab TITAN Evo 2022 Series Tracer Edition
- Secretlab TITAN Evo 2022 Series Genji Edition
- Secretlab TITAN Evo 2022 Series D.Va Edition
- Secretlab TITAN Evo 2022 Series Overwatch Edition
- Secretlab TITAN 2020 D.Va Edition
- Secretlab TITAN 2020 Overwatch Edition
- Secretlab OMEGA 2020 D.Va Edition
- Secretlab OMEGA 2020 Overwatch Edition
As opposed to the previously released Overwatch and D.Va Editions, the new Tracer and Genji-themed variants are available exclusively with Secretlab's TITAN Evo 2022 Series — the company's newest chair offering to date.
Both of the new special edition chairs start at $624 for the Small and Regular sizes, and $674 for the XL.
The Tracer chair features a gradient blue leatherette on its backrest, bringing her key skill, Blink, to "life." Inspired by Tracer's leggings, portions of the unit's orange NEO Hybrid Leatherette panels sport the same honeycomb pattern seen on the hero in-game.
Meanwhile, the Genji chair "unleashes" the cyborg ninja's Dragonblade ultimate ability with an embraided dragon motif. It also features his signature visor embellishments and shoulder accents in a neon green and grey colorway.
Wave 1 for the Tracer and Genji Editions are available for pre-order now from the Secretlab website, and are estimated to ship out by Nov. 28 or earlier.