You’ll soon be able to bring the worlds of Skyrim, Fallout 4, and Doom to your behind, thanks to Noblechairs. You know, makers of gaming chair royalty, the Hero. Thea company has teamed up with developer Bethesda to create a new range of licensed products, so you’ll soon be able to park yourself on some themed luxury chairs inspired by some of the best PC games around.
According to a press release, the final designs are still in the works, but the company plans to launch Doom and Fallout-themed gaming chairs in Q2 2020, with others based on some of Bethesda’s catalogue to follow later on. As you can see in the above picture, the Fallout option features the RPG games series’ iconic Vault Boy and the Vault-Tec logo on a blue and yellow chair, tying into the in-game corporation’s colour scheme. The chair also features the Vault-Tec phrase ‘Prepare for the future’.
There’s no image of the Doom version to get a look at just yet, but Noblechairs says the Doom edition chair will feature the FPS games series’ “military green as a base, working accents throughout for a subtle yet distinctive design”.
The game’s logo will be stitched in white on the headrest and the Doom Slayer’s Club logo will feature on the back of the back of the chair. Plus, “the backrest features the Slayer Glyph in blood red”. Nice.
We have teamed up with @bethesda to be their official chair partner and manufacture officially licensed products for their ground-breaking game titles!
— noblechairs (@noblechairs) April 9, 2020
While the designs are yet to come, there are chairs based on The Elder Scrolls, Rage, Wolfenstein, “and other future releases” to follow, too.
“As a huge fan of Fallout and Bethesda’s various other properties,” Noblechair senior product manager Glen Rhodes says, “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!”
There’s no release date to mark on our calendars just yet, but keep an eye on Noblechairs’ site here, ready for the chairs’ arrival in Q2 of this year.