Battlefield is known for variety in gameplay. Finding the right combinations of skills and load outs to create the super soldier of your dreams is well rewarded. Moreso if you use your powers to help your squad in Battlefield V. Customize your gear and save multiple profiles to suit a variety of classes. Fully programmable key bindings, macros and RGB lighting let you streamline, simplify and identify all your loadouts. Take total control of your gear with G HUB software and increase your gaming potential.
We were debating on including this in here, however ultimately we thought, “we need to put all of this gear on something, right?” Desks were probably the most difficult to choose ‘just one’ as a recommendation, since we actually prefer L-desks for not only gaming but office work and leisure computer use. This particular model however caught our eye for a few reasons. For one, it’s relatively affordable as compared to some higher-end desks that cost almost a grand or more. The Arena also has a nice amount of space to it at 14 square feet, and what’s even more nifty is the fact that the entire surface is a ‘custom mouse pad’ so you can have as much space as you need to move your mouse as opposed to relying on a more limited external mouse pad.
Also featuring key-by-key customized back-lighting, the Corsair Vengenace K70 brings a new style to gaming. Designed to meet the needs of the gamers style of play, the keyboard itself is mechanical (we’re at the point where we saw mechanical keyboards or bust, to be honest), easy to use, has six dedicated multimedia keys, is made of high-quality material (a nice black brushed aluminum chassis) and of course, color coordinated facilitating the users immediate access to whatever key they desire. It can be easy to have a terrible gaming day by missing your mark, so for those of you who are looking to enhance scores or just get better at the game, the Vengeance K70 will create an immediate upgrade.

It’s possible to spend much more on wired stereo headsets for gaming, but the HyperX Cloud Stinger has most of the functionality you could need for just under $50. It’s lightweight and comfortable to wear, thanks to the large over-the-ear foam cups, and features a sturdy design — essential for its survival if you ever drop it. The ear cups also rotate to fold flat, which makes the headset easy to carry around.
When it comes to which gear for your own gaming experience and skills should be upgraded, it will ultimately come down to personal preference. We know a few of our friends who are just about professional gamers (big Fortnite people) who prefer an old mechanical keyboard and beat up mouse pad; however, when it comes to their mouse, headset and overall PC rig, they’re constantly on the prowl for the latest upgrades. Others we’ve spoken to can get by with just about any gaming gear as long as it works, while some others we know are consistently trying to get that edge over their opponents in any way possible.
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