Secretlab Reveals Mortal Kombat Gaming Chair To Promote New Movie

Thanks to a recently revealed gaming throne, the classic video game series Mortal Kombat will soon be something that offers relaxation rather than unbearable depths of suffering. Secretlab has previously collaborated with big labels such as Cyberpunk 2077, and this new chair will be released to coincide with the release of Warner Bros.’s newest Mortal Kombat video.

Secretlab’s trademark upholstered leather and key details that highlight the Mortal Kombat series’ DNA will provide comfort in the new chair. The seat has subtler images, such as skulls on the side wings and repeated motifs of classic Mortal Kombat lines, in addition to the game’s iconic logo, which is prominently featured and embroidered.


The Mortal Kombat-themed chair also has an attachable head pillow and memory foam pillow for lumbar support, as well as the ability to recline up to 165 degrees. While no pricing information was provided, Secretlab’s chairs typically start at about $429.99.

Following in the footsteps of the critically acclaimed Cyberpunk 2077 chair, the Mortal Kombat chair can have a high level of comfort without distracting colors. Secretlab’s co-founder and CEO, Ian Ang, shared his excitement for the collaboration and emphasized the relevance of the Mortal Kombat brand.

Ang said,

Mortal Kombat started off as an arcade game in 1992 and it remains deeply ingrained in popular culture after nearly three decades,” said Ang. “A large part of that is thanks to the game’s ability to constantly reinvent itself without losing sight of its roots. Together with its success as a major esports title, it has successfully retained its core audience while also attracting new fans. Thanks to the deep relationship we’ve forged with Warner Bros., we’re able to help Mortal Kombat fans channel their favorite game with a meticulously designed seat inspired by their beloved franchise.”

Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc is a frantic writer, blogger, and ghostwriter. He quit his office job as an Applications Engineer for the love of writing. When he’s not working, he’s either playing with his PS4 or his 1-year old daughter.


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