Mad Box console images revealed

Mad Box console images revealed

Recently CEO Ian Bell of Slightly Mad Studios has revealed images of the Mad Box console. Supposedly, this will not be the final design as it will also include a handle to carry it easily like the Nintendo Gamecube. In addition, this console will compete with the PlayStation and the Xbox in most likely the next generation of consoles.

Apparently, according to Bell the console can communicate with other Mad Boxes without any wires involved. Not to mention, in an interview with Variety Bell boasts that it is “the most powerful console ever built,” with tech that “will be equivalent to a very fast PC two years from now.” On top of that, it”will support most major VR headsets” and allow up to 90 frames-per-second “per eye” for virtual reality play and 4K visuals.

Yet, there are no official details as of this moment with Bell claiming it will arrive in three around the time of the PS5 and the Xbox Scarlett. Honestly, the concept is interesting to say the least. Personally, it seems like its going to be alternative to a gaming PC. Though, I feel like there isn’t enough grounded information on the console at this time to see what it can do.

Nevertheless, I’m not disregarding what Bell claims it can do but rather how it can do to set itself apart from the rest of the competition. Comment below on what you think of the Mad Box. Also, if you liked this article why not share it on social media. In other news, another game on Epic Games Store will be free soon.

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