Announced via a press release, we’re partnering with Level Up Wear (lvlp), who will sell premium apparel and merchandise at bethesda.levelupwear.com. Pre-ordering of items begins today and orders will begin shipping in mid-October.
If you’re lucky enough to be attending this year’s EuroGamer Expo, you’ll be able to purchase select items at Level Up Wear’s booth — conveniently located next to our booth for The Elder Scrolls Online!
In the slideshow above, check out some of the first items available for purchase, and you can learn more details in the press release below…
LEVEL UP WEAR ANNOUNCES EUROPEAN LICENSING AGREEMENT
WITH BETHESDA SOFTWORKS®
Clothing Lines and Merchandise for The Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Wolfenstein, Dishonored and The Evil Within Now Available for Pre-Order in Europe
Brussels, Belgium – September 25, 2013 – Level Up Wear (lvlp), a premium apparel and merchandising brand focusing exclusively on officially licensed videogame-based designs, today announced a 3-year European licensing agreement with Bethesda Softworks. Level Up Wear’s first collection of apparel and merchandise based on the Bethesda catalogue of games is available for pre-order today on lvlp’s European store: http://bethesda.levelupwear.com. Items will become available on October 15th. The retail release of these items will follow suit, hitting stores across Europe this autumn.
The initial lineup of products, which includes items such as t-shirts, hoodies, bags, wallets and mobile cases, are based on the best-selling Elder Scrolls®, Fallout®, DOOM® and Dishonored® franchises, as well as Bethesda’s 2014 games – The Elder Scrolls® Online, Wolfenstein®: The New Order™ and The Evil Within™. New merchandise, as well as limited edition items, will be added to the store regularly.
“The Bethesda catalogue of games includes some of the most beloved franchises in gaming history, both classic and modern. We are extremely honored and excited by this opportunity and are creating a diverse product line that will appeal to hardcore and casual gamers alike,” says Dimitri van Eetvelde, Managing Director at Level Up Wear.
After a successful collaboration with Bethesda at GamesCom, Level Up Wear will be running a Bethesda fan shop at Eurogamer Expo later this week. The lvlp booth, which will carry a range of new Bethesda items, can be found next to Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls Online booth.
About LEVEL UP WEAR
Level Up Wear® (A.K.A. “LVLP”) is a premium apparel and merchandising brand focusing exclusively on officially licensed videogame-based designs that was founded in 2007 by a team of young designers in Brussels, Belgium. Our fully original designs are inspired by rock music, pop culture, and the fashion industry, ensuring a distinctively wearable result (and not just as pajamas). Over the years we have built a catalogue consisting of some the most beloved franchises in gaming history, including Call of Duty, Resident Evil 6, Halo, Assassin’s Creed, Street Fighter, Metal Gear Rising, Medal of Honor, Uncharted, Devil May Cry, Mass Effect, DOOM, The Elder Scrolls, and Fable. Gaming has become the #1 entertainment medium thanks to increasingly high quality and variety. We are just making sure that gaming apparel follows the exact same path. Our motto? Play in style!
Earlier this week we announced that the Bethesda Store will be setting up shop at PAX Prime. Today we’re happy to reveal the full rundown of available items, including new DOOM plushies of the Cacodemon (above) and Pain Elemental.
After the break, you’ll get a full rundown of what’s at the store. Note: Not all items are yet available on the online store.
The Elder Scrolls Online
Decorate your dorm room, man cave, or even the dining room (you devil, you) with our limited edition DOOM poster and & giclee.
On the left you’ll see our new high-quality giclee print, “Echoes in the Darkness” from artist WAY$HAK — featuring one of DOOM’s iconic baddies, the Cyberdemon. And on the right you’ll see Godmachines’ tribute to DOOM II’s final boss, the “Icon of Sin“.
Both 18×24 prints are limited to 333 individually-numbered prints. No clue why they’d be numbered that way
Order at store.bethsoft.com
As part of their 100th issue, OXM UK has put together a list of the 100 most important people in the world of Xbox. Included on the list are six members of the Bethesda family: Todd Howard (Bethesda Game Studios), Raphael Colantonio (Arkane Studios), Harvey Smith (Arkane Studios), Viktor Antonov (Zenimax Media), John Carmack (id Software), and Shinji Mikami (Tango Gameworks).
To see the full list, head here.
Watch as Dishonored producer/game designer Seth Shain explains his role at Arkane to his mother.
To Joanne and all the other Moms out there: Happy Mother’s Day! Everyone else: Be sure to call Mom this weekend!
It’s been a few weeks since PAX East, but we wanted to share this short video that shows off all the fun had around our booth. It’s always a thrill to meet our fans — even if you don’t have awesome cosplay :p
Hope to see you this August in Seattle for PAX Prime!