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The KFConsole is real, and it boasts one big advantage over the PS5 and Xbox Series X

Approved by Colonel Sanders himself, the KFConsole is here – and it finally solves a problem that literally no one cared about until now: how to keep your chicken warm while gaming.   The KFConsole, created in partnership with PC hardware manufacturer Cooler Master, promises to shake up the console war like a bag full of 11 herbs and spices with its built-in chicken chamber – a world’s first. It means the days of stomaching lukewarm poultry or suffering through a slightly cold piece of thigh are thankfully over. And it’s about time.  The console was first teased back in June, and caused more commotion on social media than a fox entering a chicken coop. Demand, strangely, was high for a console from the long-running fast food chain, and well… here it is.  The KFConsole is designed to keep your freshly purchased food piping as you frag foes online, something which the PS5 and Xbox Series X simply can’t do (and we wouldn’t advise trying, either). The custom built cooling

Here's how you can win an Ori and the Will of the Wisps bonsai tree

This new giveaway is perfect for nature lovers and Ori fans. What you need to know Xbox Australia and New Zealand is giving away ten special bonsai trees. These trees have been themed and decorated after Moon Studios' upcoming title Ori and the Will of the Wisps. Ori and the Will of the Wisps is set to be available on March 11, 2020. While Ori and the Will of the Wisps is nearly here, Xbox ANZ is doing a pretty unique giveaway. Ten different bonsai trees, each decorated after Ori and the Will of the Wisps, are being given away. To enter, you have to visit the Facebook page and follow the instructions by commenting with an emoji or gid=f. Do note however that according to the official rules for the giveaway, it is only open to Australian residents age 18 or over. Ori and the Will of the Wisps is currently scheduled to release on March 11 for Xbox One and PC. It's also coming to Xbox Game Pass day one. The director of the game has also mentioned that it could b

Xbox head Phil Spencer teases possible 'Gears 5' upgrade for Xbox Series X

Gears 5 may get a serious upgrade. What you need to know Gears 5 is a third-person shooter from Xbox Game Studios. Xbox head Phil Spencer teased an upgrade for the game. It looks like the title will become even better-looking on Xbox Series X. Gears 5 is part of Xbox Game Pass . Gears 5 is a third-person shooter from The Coalition, an Xbox Game Studios team. It received great reviews at launch and the multiplayer mode seems to have gained a lot of traction in recent weeks. Today, Xbox head Phil Spencer teased further "enhancements" for the game. From what it looks like, these upgrades will be part of the Xbox Series X version of the game. Checking out some @GearsofWar "enhancements" with @MikeJRayner and team. Looks better than Gears has ever looked. pic.twitter.com/UimDDHO4Ie — Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) March 4, 2020 The Xbox Series X is Microsoft's upcoming next-generation console that promises support for 8K resolution and 120 frames per se

Xbox Series X preorders: Why you can't buy the next Xbox yet

While the Xbox Series X packs a ton of promise, you sadly can't lock down your console just quite yet. Preparations remain underway for Xbox Series X , Microsoft's flagship next-generation console succeeding Xbox One, promising leading performance at up to 8K or 120Hz. While formerly teased under the Project Scarlett moniker, it opens the year with an early glimpse of its top-tier SKU on track for the holiday. That includes a sleek all-black tower-style casing, with a refined Xbox controller characterized by a fresh look and share button. The Xbox Series X is expected to go head-to-head with the Sony PlayStation 5, kicking off a new hardware cycle scrambling for performance. Microsoft has detailed sizeable CPU and GPU upgrades under the hood, backing our previously-reported Xbox Series X specifications, looking to support improved resolutions, framerates, and overall graphical fidelity. And while pledging to deliver Xbox Series X this year, Microsoft is yet to o

Xbox Series X: Everything you need to know

Here's everything you need to know about the next-generation Xbox console from Microsoft: Xbox Series X. The Xbox Series X was unveiled at The Game Awards on December 13, 2019. The beastly, monolithic device represents "Project Scarlett," as a flagship console set to power the next-generation of console games. While official details are still relatively limited, various interviews, rumors, leaks, and trailers help us begin to paint a picture of what next-gen looks like for Xbox fans, and Microsoft in general. Here's everything we know so far about the Xbox Series X. Xbox Series X : Power and specs The Xbox Series X hasn't been fully detailed in terms of specs, but Microsoft has offered us some target comparisons, and we've had some leaks of our own that suggest this is a truly beastly system. Ultimately, Microsoft is generalizing the power increase as "four times" higher than the Xbox One X , given that direct comparisons are difficul