Published On: Thu, Jul 27th, 2017

KFC Introduces Chicken Box That Doubles As Bluetooth Game Controller And We Wonder Why

KFC seems to be on a hurl these days with new (bizarre) products that are not associated to boiled duck that a authorization is renouned for. This month, we reported about a new phone that KFC launched in China in partnership with Huawei to commemorate a anniversary in a region. Now, in a latest move, a quick food grill sequence has launched a Gamer’s Box 2.0. in India.

The India-exclusive Gamer’s Box 2.0 comes with a built-in Bluetooth gamepad clubbed with a phone hilt on tip that lets business play games while they suffer dishes during a outlet. Not only a gamepad, a box also has a soda hilt as KFC has collaborated with Mountain Dew for a product.

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As intriguing as it looks, we consternation because any patron in India would like to play games while eating his/her meal? We also consternation because KFC came adult with such a product anyway. The diversion controller requires a gamer to play with both their hands, so how would that be probable when they are during KFC for a primary reason of regulating their hands for eating? Smartphone gaming has a lot to do with mobility and it would be rarely untimely to lift a controller everywhere. Regardless, a association has launched a product, and it is accessible during internal KFCs in India.

On second thoughts, a box could interest to a kids and gamers, so maybe it could also be a collectable piece. However, we still can’t see any indicate a quick food sequence has in introducing it.

Our readers from India can get this Gamer’s Box 2.0 during their nearest KFC outlet. For a readers outward India, we can still get it by participating in KFC India’s competition on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram but there are only 10 units indifferent for a contest. Or, maybe we can buy an tangible Bluetooth diversion controller that does not ooze KFC branding.

Back in 2014, a association introduced an oversized iPhone box in Japan followed by a tray-keyboard, and bucket-printer hybrid. Last year, we witnessed a launch of Watt a Box – a box of duck that doubles as a energy bank.

Check out KFC’s Gamer’s Box 2.0:

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