The controllers, which have been designed by POPeArt, cost £150 each and come in a special box with a certificate of authentication.
The design on the controllers emulates a box of Yorkshire Tea.
“Picture the scene,” a description for the controller reads. “You’re facing down a boss with three heads and a hammer as big as a truck, armed with nothing but a rusty sword you looted from a guard.
“Gulping, you look down at the controller in your hands, wondering if victory is even possible. And you see it – the reassuring branding of your favourite tea. ‘Yes,’ you say to yourself. ‘I can do this’.
“You begin the fight and are immediately one-shotted. You’re clearly way too low level for this area. On behalf of Yorkshire Tea, we would like to apologise for this and any other in-game mishaps caused by the powerful feeling of self-belief our controller will fill you with.”
Each controller features a custom button set and a “soft-touch finish”.
A standard DualSense controller has a retail price of £59.99, but can often be found significantly cheaper. A standard Xbox controller has a retail price of £54.99, and can also be found cheaper.
It’s unclear how many of the controllers have been produced, however Yorkshire Tea claims the items are limited edition.