KFC doesn’t seem to have any shortage of marketing ideas as of late. Although most of its commercials have been spotted, we’ve seen the KFC branch in a parody video game with a TV movie. Of course, this latest marketing bit seems to be one of the more unusual campaigns they’ve run.
Like the Bud Lite gaming PC console, KFC has done the same thing. It was teased in the summer but is now an official product. This is probably a mini Intel PC with an Asus RTX graphics card. The full details of how to make this PC stronger are now somewhat scarce, but at the very least, it looks like it is a capable gaming PC machine. I’m certainly curious how it handles Cyberpunk 2077 which is not just for running but has become a notorious headline in general right now.
At any rate, this KFC bucket gaming PC comes with a chicken bay so you can keep your KFC chicken beautiful and warm. It’s certainly a seamless machine, but any custom PC built has its charm and part of the wonder behind it. I’m not a modder in the PC market by any means, but after making a few PCs of my own, I embraced these custom designs and the amount of work that had to be done on them.
After all, it was a project that took some people to work on. KFC is a branded PC, it is the cooler master and PC modder, the hard work behind the choices of Tim Mullberg who worked not only in PCE design but also in assembling it. What do you think about this KFC gaming PC console? Does it impress the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X in your eyes?