The Best Mouse for Serious MMO Gamers

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It’s a tall order to give a good recommendation for a mouse that all gamers will agree is the best MMO mouse. I’ve personally tested many gaming mice over the past few years playing popular MMOs, MOBAs, Battle Royales, MMOFPS, and MMORPGs. Here’s my list of favorite MMO mice for long hours of winning, surviving, and raiding with friends.

What is the best MMO gaming mouse? I’m not going to waste your time here, so let’s just jump right into our choice for the best mouse for playing MMOs.

Razer Naga Pro (Wireless)

Our #1 choice for the best MMO mouse is the Naga Pro by Razer.

DPI: 20,000 | Thumb Buttons: 2 / 6 / 12 | Weight: 117g | Software: Razer Synapse

It’s undeniable that the Razer Naga Pro has become the best in class when it comes to playing MMOs. Sure, the reviews point out the standard complaints you’ll see elsewhere, but overall we can’t find a better mouse.

The mouse shape feels really good in hand despite the less ergonomic grip and the mouse feet make it glide seamlessly across your mouse pad. It comes with three interchangeable side panels that you can easily swap out which include two-key, six-key, and the standard MMO twelve-key layout.

The newly refined key switches feel highly responsive and the fact that you can swap the layout based on your playstyle is superb. Unlike other mouses we’ve tried, this mouse’s scroll wheel provides much needed tactile feedback.

If you’re familiar with Razer software I’m sure you’re aware of some of the quirks but overall it has worked great for us. It’s easy to set up your macros and change your DPI which is up to 20,000 DPI on the Razer Naga Pro. Also, the localized profiles allow you to use the mouse without the software once you’ve locked in your choices.

When actively using the Naga Pro with lighting off we get anywhere from 90-100 hours of gameplay before we need to charge it again. You can also pick up the charging hub if you’d like an easier option for charging your unit.

Another reason the Naga series has won us over is the dedication to meet the needs of their customers by releasing a left-handed version of the Naga.

All in all, the Razer Naga Pro is our top pick for the best MMO gaming mouse on the market.

Logitech G604 (Wireless)

The g604 wireless gaming mouse by logitech

DPI: 25,600 | Thumb Buttons: 6 | Weight: 135g | Software: G Hub

The Logitech G604 is a fantastic pick up for any serious gamer that’s looking for an expert-level wireless gaming mouse. This incredible mouse comes in a sleek package and is very easy to set up with a single USB dongle that just works.

The software for implementing macros is intelligent enough to sense your game’s keybindings and make recommendations as well. The G Hub software makes creating and storing game profiles with different DPI settings and macros a breeze for beginners.

I’ve also been highly impressed by the battery life of my Logitech G604 considering it runs on a single AA battery and I’m an avid gamer.

Games I frequently enjoy playing while using my G604 are Destiny 2, League of Legends, Sea of Thieves, World of Warcraft, Albion Online, Black Desert and more.

The best mouse for MMOs was a toss-up between the Logitech G604 and the Razer Naga. These are both excellent choices when it comes to gaming mouses, but for me I found the Logitech software to be less buggy and enjoyed the ergonomics of Logitech’s mouse.

Although, at the end of the day the Naga Pro is wireless, feels good in the hand, and happens to have more programable buttons at your finder tips.

Corsair Scimitar Pro (Wired)

DPI: 16,000 | Thumb Buttons: 12 | Weight: 147g | Software: iCue

The first thing most people will notice about the Corsair Scimitar is the giant programmable buttons on the left side of the mouse. So let’s start there, the click resistance is on point and the buttons are highly responsive.

The mouse feels good in your hand, isn’t too bulky and the keys don’t stick out. In some cases when I clench my hand on other mouses I may accidentally press a key, this is not the case with the Scimitar.

As far as the software goes, the Corsair Scimitar uses iCue which was pretty straightforward. Although, this software was lacking a few of the bells and whistles that you get from other platforms.

The mouse performed at the highest level without any complaints and is a fantastic wired gaming mouse that works especially well for MMOs like World of Warcraft, Guild Wars 2 and Elder Scrolls Online.

Besides a few minor nit-picky things, I’d definitely recommend the Corsair Scimitar for those looking for a mid-tier MMO mouse that gets the job done.

Redragon Impact M908 (Wired)

The Redragon impact M908 gaming mouse for MMORPGs

DPI: 12,400 | Thumb Buttons: 12 | Weight: Custom | Software: Redragon Software

The Impact M908 has been recommended by the MMO community over and over again. That’s because it’s actually a decent mouse for budget gamers.

If you’re looking for a really cheap MMO mouse that actually works, look no further. Obviously, you can do better. The mouse’s DPI is sitting at around 12,400 which is much lower than the mouses we recommended above but not a huge issue.

The big difference is the quality of the mouse, hardware, and software. Honestly, if you’re trying to save a buck the mouse will work and it’s definitely worth the mention. And no, we were not paid to say that, it’s just not bad for the price.

The overall shape of the mouse is very nice, except for the awkward pinky rest. The buttons are responsive and the RGB lighting is customizable.

The Redragon software is very minimal and just feels a bit outdated but it works. It also comes with adjustable mouse weights which can be helpful for intense gamers.

Overall Redragon mouses are pretty good but I think they could do much better, although, you will be paying much less and that is the real tradeoff.

What is the best mouse for MMOs?

There is no question that it all boils down to preference when it comes to picking out your next mouse, that being said, we believe the best mouse for gamers who play MMOs is the Razer Naga Pro. It’s packed with the newest tech, it’s highly responsive and feels great in your hand.

It’s also important to note that there are not many choices on the market right now for mouses with several thumb buttons. This means you can take your time to evaluate your options and hopefully use this article to make an informed decision when buying a mouse.

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