Secretlab has unveiled their latest chair design in partnership with CD Projekt Red as we are getting a Cyberpunk 2077 Gaming Chair. This one, according to their info, was designed for precise, ergonomic support and lasting comfort, keeping in line with their previous designs. It incorporates all the engineering and tech of their Secretlab 2020 Series, which we've reviewed here in the past as one of the best gaming chair designs you can find on the market these days when it comes to comfort and style. The Secretlab Cyberpunk 2077 Edition is available to buy right now, but it's being sold in limited quantities. This will be the only chance for players to order and purchase the chair ahead of the game's release in November. You can get it in both the Omega and Titan1 designs. Once the game is out, it will be made for a wider release in the holidays. You can read more about the chair below along with a quote from the company.
The Secretlab Cyberpunk 2077 Edition is upholstered in a stunning, neon yellow, featuring also bright turquoise stitching along the edges that offer a subtle yet brilliant contrast. Electrical traces run down the backrest, evoking a future of high technology and mechanization. This is one seat that was made to be the centerpiece of your battlestation. Spin the chair around, and take in the flaming logo of chrome rock band Samurai, helmed by lead singer Johnny Silverhand. Silverhand is brought to life in the game by the breathtaking Keanu Reeves, and the Samurai logo also features prominently on the back of V's jacket. Every single element of the chair, down to the tiniest details, represents a unique aspect of this techno-dystopia, from the barcode on the wings to the cybernetic augmentation slots.
"Together with CD Projekt Red's design team, we drew inspiration from Cyberpunk 2077's iconic visuals of the future to create the Secretlab Cyberpunk 2077 Edition chair. It combines the defining elements of the Cyberpunk universe with the engineering and technology of the Secretlab 2020 Series and is a must-have for gamers looking to complete their collection of Cyberpunk memorabilia. We can't wait for players to experience true comfort on a chair inspired by their favorite game," said Ian Alexander Ang, co-founder and CEO of Secretlab.