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Aug 15, 2023

You don't want to sit on this deal, but you will want to sit on these Bethesda gamer chairs.

By Darryn Bonthuys on August 11, 2023 at 10:38AM PDT

It's a celebration of all things Quake this weekend thanks to the return of Quakecon, and Noble Chairs into getting into the groove with discounts on its lineup of special-edition Bethesda Chairs. You can use the code QUAKECON23 to score a 10% discount on chairs inspired by Doom, The Elder Scrolls, and Fallout. This code is valid until August 31 and excludes the newly announced Starfield chair.

The Starfield-themed gaming chair isn't available to order just yet, but you sign up for notifications from Noble Chairs to be among the first to know when it launches. All Noble Chairs has stated is that the special-edition Starfield chair is "coming soon."

Noble Chair's current batch of Bethesda chairs are worth checking out if you're a fan of Fallout, The Elder Scrolls, or Doom. All of these chairs are upholstered with high-end synthetic leather. With a built-in lumbar support system, Noble Chairs says additional cushions are unnecessary. The chairs have wide, adjustable armrests, an ample, memory foam seat cushion, and a large backrest. Cold foam padding helps to disperse heat, and the the chairs are built with a durable steel frame.

Aesthetically, the Bethesda chairs look pretty great. The Doom chair is mostly black but with bloodthirsty accents that pop out beautifully, the Fallout Nuka-Cola chair looks like a comfortable advertisement for everyone's favorite post-apocalyptic carbonated syrup, and The Elder Scrolls Online chair has a regal feel to it. Big Skyrim fans will probably want to opt for the chair that celebrates the 10th Anniversary Edition of the iconic game.

If you're looking forward to Starfield, make sure to check out our Starfield preorder guide, which has everything you need to know about the various editions and bonuses.

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