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Reputable gaming-chair manufacturer Noblechairs has announced that it’s teamed up with Bethesda for new products based on its most popular franchises, which include the likes of Fallout, The Elder Scrolls, DOOM, RAGE, and Wolfenstein. The press release (and design mock-ups) suggest that these will be similar to Noblechairs’s current lineup of Epic, Hero, and Icon furniture – but with some colorful, gaming-inspired graphics instead of basic whites, grays, and blacks.

The Fallout chair will “feature Vault Boy and the Vault-Tec logos on the front and rear of the chair, along with their famous blue and yellow colour scheme. It will also include “Prepare for the Future” – a staple phrase within the Fallout franchise.”

Meanwhile, the DOOM chair will feature “military green as a base, working accents throughout for a subtle yet distinctive design. On the headrest, DOOM‘s logo will be stitched in white – with their DOOM Slayer’s Club logo on the rear of the chair. The backrest features the Slayer Glyph in blood red.”

“Bethesda is one of the industry’s most respected and accomplished game studios in the world. A partnership with a global high-end gaming chair brand is a great match for those who want to play games in comfort. I’m looking forward to seeing the final designs in the flesh, rip and tear!” – Steven Levitt, Business Development Manager at noblechairs

“As a huge fan of Fallout and Bethesda’s various other properties, it’s a dream come true to be able to pair the premium quality and ergonomics of noblechairs with one of the greatest game designers around. Welcome home!” – Glen Rhodes, Senior Product Manager at noblechairs

Pricing and other details will be announced closer to availability, but in the meantime, Bethesda fans can check out noblechairs.com to get an idea of the chairs’ materials and overall quality.

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8 Comments

  1. So now your just going to overpay for a most likely uncomfortable chair with a games name on it. No way.
  2. I need a new chair but that is a bit too flashy. Was looking at the MSI ones, but hard to gauge comfort of these without trying them first.
  3. Hmmmm…. Hate to admit it but I’m usually a sucker for gaming gimmicks. Not sure I’d shell out $400 for a $100 chair just because it has a game design on it though.
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