ROCCAT Sova Wireless Modular Gaming Board development progresses
- on July 10th, 2014
ROCCAT Studios have kept themselves busy over the course of this summer, and it does not look as though they will run out of announcements anytime soon. Recently, we did talk about how ROCCAT was about to work on what they call the ROCCAT Sova Wireless Modular Gaming Board, where this particular idea managed to gain traction and pick up positive fan and media response over the course of E3 that concluded not too long ago this year. Well, in order to take advantage of the growing wave of enthusiasm when it comes to this particular wireless keyboard/mousepad combo that will be custom made to deliver a comprehensive a living room gaming experience, ROCCAT has decided to step on the proverbial gas pedal in order to make the jump to its next phase of development for the Sova, and fans are invited to jump on board this exciting development.
René Korte, CEO and founder of ROCCAT, shared, “We are thrilled with the overwhelmingly positive response we have received for the Sova. We realize that now is not the time to sit back and wait, but to give fans what they want as quickly as possible. We’re ready to go full speed into our refinement process, and want our fans to see the hard work that goes into moving a ROCCAT product from its development phase, into what you see at retail. The Sova is coming, it is going to be an amazing piece of gaming hardware, and you’ll get to follow every step on that journey in our newly launched Sova Development Blog.”
From today onward, the ROCCAT Sova blog will let fans dive right into the minds of ROCCAT’s designers and developers so that they are able to figure out just what makes this creative group tick. Not only that, fans can also discuss possible features, provide feedback, as well as check out the technical and aesthetic side of creating groundbreaking peripherals.
After all, there is nothing quite like having a deeper insight into an upcoming peripheral that you’re going to spend plenty of time with, as it will build that “bond” of attachment and increase the excitement of anticipation even more along the way.