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noblechairs announces multi-year partnership with Bethesda

DOOM and Fallout Edition Noblechairs are coming!

noblechairs announces multi-year partnership with Bethesda

noblechairs announces multi-year partnership with Bethesda

Bethesda Softworks has found its gaming manufacturer of choice, noblechairs, revealing a multi-year partnership which will see the company create official licensed products based on their award-winning franchises. These gaming properties include Fallout, The Elder Scrolls, DOOM, RAGE, Wolfenstein and other future gaming franchises.   

At this time, noblechairs has confirmed that DOOM and Fallout designs are currently in the works and that these initial designs are due to release sometime in Q2 2020. Other gaming chairs will follow, allowing noblechairs to create products based on Bethesda's other gaming IPs. 

noblechairs' Bethesda-inspired gaming chairs will take distinctive elements from each of Bethesda's games, from Fallout's Vault Boy to DOOM's Slayer Glyph. Right now, noblechair's Fallout and DOOM chair designs haven't been finalised, which means that you can look forward to seeing noblechairs' final DOOM and Fallout designs in the near-term future.

Below is a comment from noblechairs' Business Development Manager, Steven Levitt;  
 

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!

 

noblechairs announces multi-year partnership with Bethesda  

Below is some concept art for Noblechairs' Fallout Edition gaming chair, which appears to be based on the company's award-winning Hero series. Here we can see Fallout's Vault Boy, Vault-Tec logo and iconic colour scheme on display. If your gaming setup is a Vault-Tec inspired Fallout Shelter, then this could be the perfect chair for you. 

At this time, noblechairs is unable to give us firm release dates for its Fallout and DOOM inspired chair designs, though we can expect to hear more about them, and other special edition noblechairs, as they get closer to launch.  


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09-04-2020, 11:50:51

Warchild
No, just no...

I love my Noble chair, but this makes a mockery of the style.Quote

09-04-2020, 11:51:22

AlienALX
Not even the right colour palette.Quote

09-04-2020, 12:03:03

Dicehunter
Oh yay the exact same cheapo frame from china that every gamer chair has wrapped in tacky, Woot...Quote

09-04-2020, 12:14:39

Greenback
Buy a chair get a free copy of fallout 76, or is it buy fallout 76 get a free chairQuote

09-04-2020, 12:51:59

WYP
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Oh yay the exact same cheapo frame from china that every gamer chair has wrapped in tacky, Woot...
What I'll say here is that even if they use the same OEM, one company can still offer a better product than another. Remember that OEMs build products to meet a specification. The same applies to power supplies.

Based on what I can see, the base on Noblechairs' designs is different to what Corsair used in its T2 chairs. I believe that was the component that failed for you? IIRC, Corsair also moved to a different design with its T3, something which I think specifically mitigates the issue you had.

Basically, you can tell OEMs to build to a cheapo "good enough" spec or get them to make higher quality products. Also, as far as support goes, it's easier to find the right people to contact to get smaller companies like noblechairs to help you.

I agree that most of these "gaming chairs" are just companies jumping on the same OEM for some extra product diversity, but that doesn't mean that they are all the same chair (though most practically are).Quote
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