This Yorkshire Tea Xbox controller is what every proper brew lover needs

by | May 2, 2022 - 10:00AM | Gaming, Tech

Yorkshire Tea Xbox Controller

Ever wondered what it would be like if a tea brand partnered up with a gaming company? Well, this is pretty close to that.

This fan-made Xbox controller design is based on the packaging of iconic Yorkshire Tea, and no doubt every Brit will go wild for this.

The genius behind this edit is graphic designer POPEaRT who made it after many requests from friends and fans.

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Yorkshire Tea is one of the most popular brands of tea in the United Kingdom, so to see an Xbox controller sporting its livery is quite special – even if it is just a render.

But there are other tea brands out there and POPEaRT didn’t discriminate. They also created a Tetley’s one, in case you’re one of those people who believe there’s anything better than Yorkshire Tea.

Aside from drink-themed Xbox controller designs, POPEaRT creates many other renders which can all be found on their Twitter page.

Some of our favourite designs feature an ice cream cone, British bakery chain Greggs and Mortal Kombat, which is textured like an actual dragon.

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