Mad Catz has returned from the grave with a new range of products

Mad Catz is here for a fresh start with a new product stack

Mad Catz has returned from the grave with a new range of products

Mad Catz has returned from the grave with a new range of products

The last time we heard from Madcatz was when the company filed for bankruptcy in early 2017, leaving many to assume that the company was finished, forever moved into the annals of gaming history.   

Mad Catz was not willing to let their three decades in the gaming industry go to waste, revealing plans to make their grand return to the market at CES 2018, showcasing a range of all-new products which include mice, keyboards, gaming surfaces and headsets. 

The centrepiece of Mad Catz relaunch is undoubtedly their new R.A.T AIR, a new version of the brand's iconic gaming mouse that offers unparalleled levels of customisability while also supporting a unique wireless power system using the company's new gaming surface. The R.A.T AIR will also support wired functionality, with a replaceable USB cable to allow users to use aftermarket USB cables is they wish. 


Mad Catz has returned from the grave with a new range of products Mad Catz has returned from the grave with a new range of products


Alongside the R.A.T AIR, Mad Catz will be releasing their new S.T.R.I.K.E.4 gaming keyboard, a fully mechanical offering with an aluminium frame and RGB lighting. To compliment this Mad Catz will also be releasing their new F.R.E.Q.4 gaming headset, which uses 40mm neodymium drivers to offer a great audio experience. 

Mad Catz Global will be showing off these new products at CES 2018 at invitation-only events, giving select people an opportunity to talk to the revived company and sample their latest wares. 

You can join the discussion on Mad Catz's revival on the OC3D Forums

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Most Recent Comments

04-01-2018, 22:26:44

i'm actually happy for then. Loved my RAT mices, the RAT 9 still strong 3 years + later! But they need to revisite their prices, nowdays a 200 dollars mice is a no go...Quote

05-01-2018, 00:06:43

I hope their support has gotten betterQuote

05-01-2018, 02:58:18

is that wireless charging pad like the logitech?

I really hope this tech goes mainstream at mainstream-er prices....Quote

05-01-2018, 03:55:34

Die and stay dead mad catz, it's for the better.Quote

05-01-2018, 07:46:20

Hmm... One part of me wants to love such news, the other part just wants to cry. Some things are better left buried. The R.A.T. MMO7 was stylish, but not very practical for me and way too expensive compared to its quality. Some peeps will hate me now, but I will stick to Logitech when it comes to peripherals.

Now I'm gonna look for Mad Catz reviews on OC3D, maybe Tom has had some experience with themQuote

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