PlayStation 5 and a special edition controller concept of Shinobu Kochō from Demon Slayer

All fans of the beloved Demon Slayer anime, better known as Kimetsu No Yaiba, have great affection for each of the characters that appear in the series, especially the Demon Hunters, so more than one will want to acquire some type of merch related to the Pillars.

Something that seems quite curious to us is that, this time we will delve into the character of Shinobu Kochō, who steals the affection of all anime fans, by accompanying the protagonists on their journey on more than one occasion, and providing support as one of the Pillars.

Many will want to have a special edition control concept that allows us to get our hands on a Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba control, and more so if it is focused on one of the Pillars most loved by anime fans, especially if we talk about Shinobu Kocho.

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The PlayStation 5 and PC Gaming community of players has great affection for the special editions of consoles and controls that Sony launches, drawing inspiration from exclusive titles and some other theme that is touching the hearts of the most committed players, such as the anime world.

This time we will tell you about a theme for your control, inspired by Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba. Heeding the prayers of the gaming community, the well-known Pope has released some PlayStation Special Edition Special Edition Control Concept Art that will make you feel like a demon hunter.

Pope (@popeart_design on Instagram) is recognized for the quality of his controller and console designs, some of which are for sale, albeit at fairly high prices. For this reason, these special edition Shinobu Kochō PlayStation 5 controls could go on sale through some of the virtual media that this designer uses to sell them.

Shinobu was a Demon Slayer who served as one of the Pillars; she held the position as the Insect Pillar. She wore the standard Hunter uniform consisting in her case of a straight lined purple dyed black jacket with black hakama pants tucked in a butterfly pattern kyahan cloth around her legs and purple zori sandals.

She also wears a gray haori with a pattern of butterfly wings, which fades into a turquoise and pink color on the sleeves; Said Haori belonged to his late sister Kanae, so we see a lot of details of his clothing in this design, and we conclude that Pope has done an amazing job.