Tesla Owners May Now Play Steam Games in Their Vehicles: Career Girl Boss If nothing else, Elon Musk is not hesitant to fully commit to his…unique ideas (such as his recent decision to quit paying rent on Twitter’s office as a “cost-cutting” measure).
Almost a year after Musk first imagined a Valve-compatible Tesla, on December 13 the electric vehicle business released a holiday upgrade that included Steam integration for its vehicles’ software.
For a long time now, Tesla has been striving to make its automobiles resemble pricey and delicate video game consoles. Musk revealed in 2018 that Tesla would install Atari games for passengers to enjoy while parked. This year, you can play Cuphead; next year, Fallout Shelter; and in 2021, Musk said a Tesla Model S or X was like a PlayStation 5 on wheels.
Tesla Rolls Out Its 2022 Holiday Update, Packed With New Features
— Not a Tesla App (@NotATeslaApp) December 14, 2022
A minimum of in theory. Some owners have been frustrated by recent model changes that have rendered them unable to enjoy their classic games in the picturesque setting of a Walmart parking lot.
There is an updated Navigation UI in Tesla’s Holiday Update.
Check out all the features in Tesla’s 2022 Holiday Update:https://t.co/M0NWJ3PsfX
Photo from: @teslamaniacs pic.twitter.com/RbATJ8mXKd
— Not a Tesla App (@NotATeslaApp) December 13, 2022
While Musk has been promising Cyberpunk 2077 for over a year, owners of Model S and X vehicles constructed in 2022 “with 16GB DDR RAM, and needs Premium Connectivity” will be able to take advantage of the Steam connection.
having zoom on a car sounds ridiculous but this is going to be genuinely useful for work stuff tbh https://t.co/REwft9oj6b pic.twitter.com/T49hHhdi4d
— Owen Williams ⚡ (@ow) December 13, 2022
The teaser trailer “Your Tesla is Now A Gaming Rig” confidently claims that owners of compatible vehicles may access Steam via the Tesla Arcade, sync their account to the car, and then play Cyberpunk.
Hey @MartinViecha may I borrow a Plaid for a week to test this out and make content for both @IGN (my day job) and Ride the Lightning, my @Tesla podcast? 😁 I’d love to talk to someone from the Tesla software team to learn more about how this came about! https://t.co/doDtvzL8cR
— Ryan McCaffrey (@DMC_Ryan) December 14, 2022
One excited YouTube user writes, “If I ever decide to fully live in a car, this would be amazing!” Even though Musk is one of the wealthiest people on the planet, he apparently refuses to pay his rent.
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