The Executive Director of a poorly crazy studio, a producer of the CARS franchise project of simulation racing games, is an irritating new video game console on Twitter. It is called a crazy box, the device will be designed, built, sold and sold by an unannounced business entity, Ian Bell says the polygon.
"What is a crazy box?" Asked Bell the sixth message sent from a brand new social media account, prompting a series of new followers. "It's the most powerful console ever built … It's literally" crazy "… You want 4k, you want the 60FPS VR? Want a full motorcycle for free to develop your games on it? You have it."
He reached for comment, Bell said the console would be compatible with a cross-platform game engine that Little Crazy had used in the past, an engine of madness. The material marketing materials emphasize that it is especially convenient for the virtual reality and simulations of the vehicle.
One strange claim to Bell on Twitter is that the console will deliver the virtual reality with 60 frames per second. But it's already common for most high-end VR headsets. Sony, for example, announced in 2016 that it would not confirm any PlayStation VR play that could not meet that threshold. Asked by his followers to clarify what he meant by this assertion, Bell said the 60 fps, quoted, was "for an eye".
"60 FPS for the eye is hyperglacial with algorithms for panning," Bell said to Polygon, promising that more information would be released later in January.