Bethesda, Xbox, We Are Robots Join Forces To Create Epic Elder Scrolls Online Controller

Each controller is hand painted and detailed to bring them to life, making them the perfect display piece for any Elder Scrolls Online fan.

To coincide with the release of The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood, the latest chapter in the popular MMORPG, Bethesda, Xbox and Australian controller customisers We Are Robots have come together and designed an amazing looking Xbox controller. The controller resembles the Daedric Prince of Destruction Mehrunes Dagon, the powerful deity who seeks to invade Tamriel in The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood. You can read our review in-progress of the next chapter update for Elder Scrolls Online here.

The hand painted controller does an excellent job at capturing the Daedric Prince’s likeness, adorned with four horns, the distinct markings on his skin, crimson thumbsticks, and even Daedric lettering used on the ABXY buttons. It also features the iconic Ouroboros insignia on the back, honouring the three factions that are fighting for control of the Imperial City and the Throne of Tamriel.

Alex Kemp from We Are Robots said, “The Elder Scrolls Online is a legendary game and it was an honour to be able to create a controller for the exciting new Blackwood chapter. Working closely with the Bethesda ANZ team, we designed the controller to capture the look and feel of Mehrunes Dagon, as if the controller had just arrived through the Gates of Oblivion.”  

“The controllers were created using some of We Are Robots’ most advanced production techniques to give them a 3D physical appearance that you can touch and feel, but won’t hinder the use of the controllers. Each controller is hand painted and detailed to bring them to life, making them the perfect display piece for any Elder Scrolls Online fan.” 

While these unique controllers won’t be readily available, ten will be attainable through giveaways, with Bethesda ANZ and Xbox ANZ giving away five controllers respectively.

Bethesda ANZ have announced the terms for their giveaway, while Xbox ANZ have not yet begun theirs. If you want to try and secure one of these controllers for yourself, I suggest keeping your eyes peeled to their respective social media channels.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood is available now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and coming soon to next-gen consoles.

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