This Demon Slayer-inspired gaming chair includes … a katana! But it’s bad, of course

This Demon Slayer-inspired gaming chair includes ... a katana!  But it's bad, of course

Either to sit down and watch the Kimetsu no Yaiba series again, or to play soon the title that Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba is developing: Hinokami Keppuutan, this gaming chair should not be missing. Or at least that is what the Lenovo brand has thought when designing and creating this perfect seat for your hours of rest with series, movies and / or video games.

Lenovo has designed the gaming chair with motifs from the series, which are a color finish of one of the characters in the series, Giyu Tomioka, and with the Katana that can be seen on the left side; false, of course. The company has decided to make this chair a limited edition, but all with attractive elements from the series that are reminiscent of it.

Now comes the less funny part of the matter, and that is that the chair cannot be bought, only five will be made to raffle in one special promotion in Japan. Of course, if you read any of the news about this right now and you live there, follow Lenovo on their Japanese Twitter account and do RT and comment, because the same thing you get a pleasant surprise and you get it.

Lenovo has commented that this chair is a custom version of an existing model, but the result has been cool, since they decided to implement this replica of the Nichirin sword, but as a good replica it serves to decorate and is fixed to the chair, so who can get it better not to try to take it off or it will be a problem.

So the good news is that Kimetsu no Yaiba fans will be delighted with this design of gaming chair by Lenovo, but the bad news is that there will only be five lucky users from Japan those who may have one of them.

Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba: Hinokami Keppuutan shows new gameplay trailer and images of Giyu Tomioka

For now, Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba: Infinity Train continues to sweep the cinemas to be released and the game for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S and PC will arrive in Japan this year.

Source: KotakuThe Verge

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