Top 10 Best Gaming Chairs for Call of Duty: Warzone

By Everett Zarnick

While Warzone players might not get any strategic benefit from having a gaming chair, the long-term cost of grinding away at a game without having the proper back support to maintain healthy posture throughout a session is too high to not consider investing in a gaming chair. The perks and accessories these chairs feature aren’t too shabby, either. Here are the top 10 best gaming chairs for Call of Duty: Warzone players.

If grabbing a gaming chair on a budget is the name of the game, the Homall Gaming Chair represents a quality chair with lumbar support, adjustable seat angle, and a sleek gaming aesthetic, all at a low cost.

The white and black coloring, alongside the lack of extra features beyond the basic, certainly make this chair a minimalist’s dream product. As a bonus, the Homall Gaming Chair is often on sale, leaving it at a sub $100 price tag more often than not.

Pro’s: 

  • + Budget friendly
  • + Reliable
  • + Clean aesthetic.

Con’s:

  • Basic design
  • Bare bones
  • Functionality.

If going for a more professional look, perhaps to maintain good terms with colleagues in a work-place setting, the OFM ESS collection is another fairly cheap option that’s also designed to look like a traditional office chair while maintaining some of the features that most gaming chairs have. 

Namely, the high end, square cut design near the headrest gives this OFM gaming chair the same gaming chair look that other competitors have, while also working in tandem with its more rounded seat and lumbar support to maintain a traditional look at the same time. This chair also comes in a multitude of colors, which can make or break that professional look some might desire.

Pro’s: 

  • + Professional aesthetic
  • + Traditional seat
  • + Budget friendly

Con’s:

  • Lacks pure contemporary gaming look
  • Overly puffy cushioning

A gaming chair that meets the middle ground between “basic” and “fully decked” is the RSP-110 by Respawn. Complete with softly padded and well rounded lumbar support and seat cushion, this faux leather upholstery maintains a professional look while giving maximum comfort for gamers with a little extra to spend. The cherry on top is the extendable leg rest, which compliments the adjustable back positioning quite well.

Pro’s:

  • + Mid price
  • + Faux leather
  • + Extendable leg rest

Con’s:

  • Bulky aesthetic
  • Featured lumbar support is left to a single pillow

The ACE series from GTRacing’s gaming chair lineup hits the middle ground in terms of pricing, but lacks a lot of the bells and whistles most gamers have come to expect from a $200+ gaming chair. In the place of these features is polyurethane leather and high levels of craftsmanship.

If you’re not looking for anything fancy, but want a chair that’s going to last a long time and give you plenty of comfort, the GTRacing ACE series is the chair that fits the bill while also keeping the price down to a reasonable degree.

Pro’s:

  • + Well established brand mid priced
  • + PU leather

Con’s:

  • Stripped features
  •  Brand name increases price

If what you’re used to is traditional office chairs, the NOHAUS Ergo 3D is a viable option for comfort and back support that also happens to retain a purely professional look, with no gaming aesthetics in mind at all. 

This doesn’t necessarily make the NOHAUSE Ergo 3D better than its peers, but it certainly will satisfy users who are keen on matching their experiences they’re used to in the office. This comes at a slightly steeper price than the aforementioned chairs, with the Ergo 3D dipping into the $300 range.

Pro’s:

  • + Traditional office chair
  • + Mid priced

Con’s:

  • Lacks contemporary gaming aesthetic
  •  Color options conflict with professional design

Keeping stride with the traditional theme of the Ergo 3D, the Steelcase Leap Series of fabric chairs offer some of the most luxurious office aesthetic money can buy. The chair ships fully assembled with 100% pure polyester and high quality craftsmanship that features a 12 year guarantee from Steelcase. 

The exquisite contoured design and unbeatable comfort gained from pure polyester doesn’t come without its cost, though. The leap series, even when on sale, often sells for over 1,000 dollars.

Pro’s:

  • + Pure polyester
  • + Expert craftsmanship
  • + 12 year guarantee

Con’s:

  • Luxury pricing
  • Lacks gaming aesthetic

If dropping over a grand on a traditional office chair doesn’t suit your needs, but you still want professional quality for your gaming sessions (and more), then look no further than the Aeron series by Herman Miller. 

The Aeron, obviously, is a traditional office chair that features a breathable mesh design and classic swivel assembly, perfect for streamers who are constantly adjusting their position to keep up with their gaming and their chat. This is a quality product that steps into the high-end of pricing at roughly 650 dollars, but doesn’t spill over into the luxury end while still maintaining its quality.

Pro’s:

  • + Traditional office chair
  • + Mesh design
  • + Excellent quality to price ratio

Con’s:

  • Lacks gaming aesthetic
  • High-end pricing

If sleek gaming aesthetics are of prime concern, you can’t get any better than Secretlab’s Omega series. The Omega is the slimmest, sleekest gaming chair around with multiple options for PU leather, softweave fabric, and NAPA leather, all at different costs which make this chair great for a multitude of budgets.

The Omega keeps things simple with its flat back design  and wedged sides to provide back support over long periods of time. The real treat, though, is surely in its aesthetics, which beat out just about any chair on the market today in terms of modern looks.

Pro’s:

  • + Secretlab’s sleek design
  • + Multiple choices in construction materials
  • + Adjustable price point.

Con’s: 

  • – Stripped design small build.

With two options, the Neuechair features a cheaper, standardized office chair with high quality that is comparable to the Aeron or the more expensive, corrosive resistant “obsidian” variant, which are priced at $749 and $849 respectively. 

Although the quality might not be strikingly higher than anything we’ve seen on this list, the option to save some cash while also getting your hands on a quality mesh-designed office chair for long gaming sessions is a business practice that puts the Neuechair above many of its competitors. 

Pro’s:

  • + Two options for different quality
  • + Mesh design
  • + Traditional office chair build

Con’s:

  • High-end pricing
  • Lacks gaming aesthetic

If Secretlab’s Omega series chairs seemed like a good option for you, if not for its smaller design, the Titan is your absolute savior. The Titan is nearly identical to the Omega, aside from the adjustable lumbar support it comes with, whereas the Omega only features a lumbar pillow as a replacement. 

This puts the Titan slightly above the Omega in terms of pricing at about 100 dollars more ($449), but also makes the option a clear winner for larger users, or users who want more options for comfort than just a lumbar pillow. Of course, Secretlab also includes their highly customizable selection of different construction materials and designs, which include, but aren’t limited to, a range of eSport team finishes and signature colors.

Pro’s:

  • + Sleek Secretlab design
  • + Mid-price point
  • + High quality
  • + Highly customizable

Con’s:

  • Lacks professional look
  • Slightly more expensive than its Omega counterpart

Conclusion

Some Call of Duty: Wazone players might have the right attitude when it comes to grinding out matches for practice, but all that practice means next to nothing if it comes at the cost of your body’s health. These chairs offer great solutions for players who find themselves in Verdansk for hours a day, and need an experience that gives them support and keeps them looking sleek and professional while doing it. 


GLHF,
-E