Fans of the Logitech G Pro X Superlight, arguably the most popular FPS-focused gaming mouse of all time, have long been waiting for an updated successor.

Whilst we’ve seen apparent G Pro X Superlight 2 leaks before, the latest leak via Reddit is by far the most convincing.

S1mple, a Logitech-sponsored player and undoubtedly the biggest name in CSGO, was featured and tagged in a social media video where the person filming shows official-looking packaging that clearly reads ‘PRO X SUPERLIGHT 2’.

Additionally, there’s a dongle on top of the packaging labeled ‘PRO X 2’.

And just for good measure, the voice behind the camera also says “the unreleased Superlight”.

The obvious questions:

Is this a legitimate leak? Is the G Pro X Superlight 2 coming?

If it is real, when will the Superlight 2 be released?

And what specs will the Superlight 2 have?

Is this a genuine leak?

S1mple would probably be one of the first professional gamers to get his hands on a product like this for testing, so it is logical to assume that it could be real for that very reason alone.

On top of this, S1mple and his team NAVI are sponsored by Logitech. If Logitech wanted to build excitement via a pretend “leak” like many brands do, this is a fairly obvious way to do it.

Clarification: I’m not saying this was a planned leak by Logitech. However, if they had intended for a staged leak to occur, this would be an obvious potential method.

The packaging and dongle certainly look very convincing.

And with rumored Superlight 2 parts surfacing online just one month ago, the timing also seems to fit with this looking more likely to be real than not.

When will the Logitech G PRO X Superlight 2 be released?

If this leak is real, we’re predicting that it will be released in time for the 2023 holiday season. Our guess would be November.

What specs will the Superlight 2 have?

Chris ‘WARHURYEAH’ Parker, the resident reviewer here at DiamondLobby, predicts that the G Pro X Superlight 2 specs will feature:

  • 63 grams weight
  • 2000 Hz polling rate
  • USB-C
  • Upgraded switches; potentially the optical switches featured in the new G502 models

These specs would appease many of the complaints about the original G Pro X Superlight but would also not feature top-of-the-market technology.

This lines up with Logitech’s usual mouse strategy of going for ‘tried and tested’ rather than ‘groundbreaking’.

It’s unlikely that shape, coating or weight would change. This is because many gamers describe all three of these things as perfect, or close to perfect, on the G Pro X Superlight.

If the Superlight 2’s release is confirmed, expect to find an in-depth review on both DiamondLobby and the DiamondLobby Reviews YouTube channel.