Hey, foodies! No doubt technology is evolving faster than we expected. What seemed like a dream and fantasy to many might actually be coming true in the near future. When we saw that everyone’s favourite fast food chain is releasing its very own gaming console – we were surprised. But when the console is shown to have its built-in Chicken Chamber that keeps your chicken warm – we were ‘shooketh’!
KFConsole Makes Waves After Being Confirmed Of Its Release
This is not a drill! The KFConsole is real and alive, as announced by @kfcgaming, the official gaming platform of KFC and then confirmed by Intel PR Rep via Twitter. Powered by Intel and built by Cooler Master, this next generation gaming console by KFC is everything you’ve wanted and so much more!
The console wars are 𝒐𝒗𝒆𝒓.
— KFC Gaming (@kfcgaming) December 22, 2020
The KFConsole promises a smooth and fluid high-frame-rate gameplay at up to 240fps for all games, with support for 240Hz output on 4k displays. But of course, the real game changer that everyone is looking forward to is its function to keep your pre-cooked chicken warm and toasty in the console itself.
According to description on Cooler Master’s website, the KFConsole uses the system’s natural heat and airflow system, so you can now focus on your gameplay and enjoy hot, crispy chicken between rounds. No doubt, the patented Chicken Chamber is made just for more finger-licking good fried chicken from KFC.
Will You Get Your Hands On It When It Comes Out?
KFC has yet to release any further information on the exact release date as well as where it will be available at. But if you’re a KFC fan or even just a gamer who loves their fried chicken warm – this KFConsole is for you! Know anyone who will love this? Tag them in the comments below to let them in on the great news!
Adapted from Cnet
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