KFC Gaming Console: In June, KFConsole was unveiled via Twitter with a video posted by KFC Gaming about its latest “equipped with a chicken chamber.” gaming console. The crowd became so intrigued, most laughed at the thought of being able to cook food when playing the gadget video game. They thought it was just a joke when it came out after the PlayStation 5 was released by Sony. Oh, just not.
Mark Walton, Intel PR rep, verified in a tweet posted on December 23 that the KFConsole is genuine. Walton said on Twitter, “Yes it’s real. Yes, it’s powered by Intel. And yes, it has a chicken warmer.”
Yes it’s real. Yes, it’s powered by Intel. And yes, it has a chicken warmer. 😅 #KFConsole #IntelGaming pic.twitter.com/WniXumUZZ2— Mark Walton (@markalexwalton) December 22, 2020
Is KFConsole Real or Fake?
Although it is accurate that the KFC (long known as Kentucky Fried Chicken) fast-food chain has launched its own gaming console, according to CNET, it does not cook food. Instead, it has a chicken-warming chamber built-in, as was seen in another video released on Twitter by KFC Gaming on December 23.
The Chicken Chamber of the KFConsole is the true game-changer since it helps players to put precooked chicken to keep warm while they are in the game a lot.
The future of gaming is here.— KFC Gaming (@kfcgaming) June 12, 2020
Introducing the KFConsole. #PowerYourHunger pic.twitter.com/ssUrX41Ab1
“Never risk letting your chicken go cold again thanks to the patented Chicken Chamber,”Never risk letting your chicken go cold again. The developer added that it used the natural heat and airflow mechanism of the console, so players could concentrate on their gameplay while eating “hot, crispy chicken between rounds.”
KFC Gaming Console (KFConsole) Specs:
KFC Gaming was crazy over a really powerful Twitter argument. “The console wars are done,” the tweet said as it released the KFConsole.”
It is an actual gaming console without the gimmicks that is equivalent to new-gen consoles such as Microsoft Xbox Series X or Sony PlayStation 5 as it has good specifications that any gamer will like.
Cooler Master for KFC created the new KFConsole and its professional Mod team headed by Swedish craftsman Timpelay went beyond expectations to build this beast. The gaming console is housed in a compact, strong and personalized NC100 case of the Cooler Master.
The console wars are 𝒐𝒗𝒆𝒓.— KFC Gaming (@kfcgaming) December 22, 2020
Introducing the KFConsole. #PowerYourHunger pic.twitter.com/k7AM6g61Ip
With Intel Nuc 9, Core i9 9th Gen CPU, ASUS swappable GPU slot and PCIe NVMe, it offers six times faster speed and load games in seconds. More specifically, the consistency, quality and durability of two Seagate BarraCuda 1TB SSDs are brought to the next level.
Cooler Master has also boasted that the KFConsole is VR Ready and supports Ray Tracing, 240 FPS for seamless 4K TV gaming with up to 240 GHZ.
- Processor: Intel Core i9 9th Generation
- GPU: ASUS
- Storage: 1TB SSD (Seagate BarraCuda)
- Resolution: 4K, VR
- Refresh Rate: 240 FPS
KFConsole Release Date, Expected Price, Pre-order Method & Controller
While the website of Cooler Master claimed that “The KFConsole has arrived,” it did not specify when and how this revolutionary gadget might be used by individuals. The website included the functionality of this console beast, which is built like the bucket of KFC, and how food can be warmed. However, there is not much understood about the latest KFConsole yet as of this article.
Intel, KFC and Coolermaster refused to comment on the pricing and release date when contacted. Information about the availability, release date, and pre-order phase of the KFConsole are not yet available. There is still no detail about what controller the console would use to play. Similarly, with this 2-in-1 system, KFC Gaming has not explained how the health and safety rules are enforced.