KFC unveils '4K gaming console' to rival PS5 and Xbox Series X – with built-in 'chicken chamber'

CHICKEN giant KFC has unveiled its own finger-clickin' video game console.

The KFConsole promises 4K at 120 frames per second – and comes a built-in chicken container.


KFC is seemingly trolling new rivals Sony and Microsoft, who are preparing to launch the PS5 and Xbox Series X respectively later this .

"The future of gaming is here. Introducing the KFConsole," KFC wrote.

The slick, black gadget is shaped just like a KFC bucket, only more hi-tech.

It's got a glowing power button, an eject system and a central disc-tray.


And the KFConsole logo is emblazoned on the front in and white.

The console also has a so-called "chicken chamber" which looks like it keeps your KFC meal warm while you play.

A launch video posted to the KFC Gaming account on Twitter has racked up 2.9million views.

And fans are loving it.

"Lmfaooo why this look cleaner than the Xbox and PS4," said one user on Twitter.

Another wrote: "I officially want all consoles to now come with a chamber of chicken."

Sadly, the console is likely to be completely bogus.

Despite coming with a "release date" of November 11, 2020, KFC has declared the video a "spoof".

That said, there might be a KFC Gaming announcement on that date.

We've asked KFC for comment and will update this story with any response.


It comes just days after Sony finally unveiled its PlayStation 5.

The supercharged PS5 is capable of playing games in 8K resolution, and has a space-age new design.

Sony's new console has already spawned a raft of hilarious memes.

Microsoft unveiled its Xbox Series X earlier this year, showcasing a more traditional design.

In other news, we're expecting a major Fortnite event this week.

Here are the best PS5 price and release date predictions.

And here's the full list of 25 PS5 games revealed during last week's Sony 'The Future of Gaming' event.

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