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Hyte Reveals Honkai: Star Rail Silver Wolf Y70 Case

Hyte has announced a new collaboration with Honkai: Star Rail, selling a Silver Wolf version of its Hyte Y70 case, keycap set, and a desk pad. Pre-orders for these items are now open and you’ll be able to get them in Q4 2024.

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Here are the prices for everything:

  • “Contract Zero” Desk Pad: $29.99
  • Official Y70 Silver Wolf Case Bundle – Early Bird Bundle: $299.99
  • Silver Wolf Keycap Set and Desk Pad Bundle – Early Bird Bundle: $129.99

The desk pad on its own is an Anime Expo exclusive. As for the Silver Wolf case bundle, it’ll come with a fan shroud kit, a bubble gum chibi graffiti, a light blue and lavender trim, and a custom backlit power button. It features art from both her pull art (which also appears when you use her Ultimate) and the promotional art for Honkai: Star Rail Version 1.1. These products are on a first come, first serve basis. So if you’re interested in one, it would behoove you to put in your pre-orders early.

Silver Wolf isn’t only getting the spotlight from Hyte. She and Acheron are also the stars of two jackets from M.Rage. You’ll be able to test these out at Anime Expo as well. Though she is part of the Stellaron Hunter, Silver Wolf is not as major a character to the overarching lore as Kafka or Firefly. Her popularity (such as also starring on Samsung Galaxy S24) likely stems from her design and gamer girl aesthetic, as well as her usefulness in the early patches of the game.

Honkai: Star Rail is readily available on the PS5, Windows PC, and mobile devices. The Silver Wolf collection from Hyte are open for pre-order now.

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