The KFConsole Proves Anything is Possible in 2020

12/22/2020 - 20:51 | By: Robert Grosso
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KFC, the fast food, fried chicken franchise, is entering the console wars with their own miniature console, the KFConsole.

Yes. You read that correctly.

KFC is teaming up with Taiwanese-based hardware manufacturer Cooler Master to create a miniature console, complete with several key features to give the system a bit of power behind it. 

Announced on twitter by their official account, the console will be VR ready upon launch, able to reach 240 FPS with up to 240HZ output and is 4K compatible, with some serious hardware inside the machine. Along with a custom Cooler Master NC100 chassis designed by famed designer Timeplay, you will be getting two Seagate Barracuda 1TB SSD built inside the machine. And of course, a small, built-in chicken chamber to put fried chicken in to keep it warm while playing games. 

 
 

Again. This is a real thing. As real as that KFC Christmas movie

The specs of the console (or at least what they are promising is in the console) can be found on Cooler Masters website. You can also check out some promotional photos of the KFConsole as well online right now, complete with the chicken chamber opened for all to see. 

KFC, of course, has given zero details on the full specifications, price, or even compatible software for the KFConsole. At least one game will definitly be a lock for the system though, and that is I Love You, Colonel Sanders! A Finger Lickin' Good Dating Simulatorone of the few games already published by KFC. 

Thankfully, a few other companies have thrown their support behind the system. The most prominent voice has been the Fall Guys twitter, promising to release Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout on the console in 2022. KFC responded with a rendition of the Fall Guys bean in a Colonel Sanders outfit. 

Whenever the KFConsole is released, it will no doubt be a very unique piece of hardware for players to enjoy. 


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