Razer's Boba Fett Controller Is Worth Every Penny
This is the way. Fetch your best beskar and get ready to bust your way out of the Sarlacc with Razer's latest collaboration. The gaming giant is celebrating all things Star Wars with a brilliant tie to Disney+'s The Book of Boba Fett.
While Razer is usually known for releasing Halo merch for Microsoft's console, we're blasting off to a very different corner of the cosmos to honour the fan-favourite bounty hunter. Recreating that Fry meme, we're already shouting: "Shut up and take my Galactic Credits."
What Is Razer's Boba Fett Controller?
Razer has officially announced its limited-edition Boba Fett controller, which conveniently launches just ahead of The Book of Boba Fett on December 29. As pretty standard with Xbox controllers, Razer's Boba Fett edition included pressure-sensitive triggers and rubberised grips to make you just as much of a sharp-shooter as the man himself.
As well as being wireless, the Boba Fett controller comes with a themed display and charging stand - offering a fast charge in under three hours. All are designed to look like Boba's signature red and green armour that's taken a battering over the years.
How Much Is Razer's Boba Fett Controller?
You'll have to do a fair few bounties to get your mitts on this one, but, it looks like it's worth it. Coming in at a hefty $179, it's more expensive than previous Star Wars homages like the Star Wars: Squadrons collab. However, it's the same price as the equally impressive Dart Vader controller.
Sadly, it looks like the Boba Fett Razer controller is only available in the USA. Razer seems to be under a Jedi mind trick right now, with the Boba Fett controller coming shortly after the company released a controller based on Din Djarin's shiny beskar suit from The Mandalorian.
What's Going On With Star Wars Games?
Obviously, there's a lot going on in the world of wookiees and wampas. As well as the delayed release of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, Ubisoft is working on an open-world Star Wars game. Who could forget we've also got continued reports of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 and God of War's Cory Barlog has thrown his hat in the ring for a game based on The Mandalorian?