Elon Musk, while replying to a tweet from a Tesla owner, confirmed that the company is looking to take its electric vehicle in-car gaming platform to a new level from American video game company Valve’s video game digital distribution service and store ‘Steam’. ‘ is going to be added. This shows that Tesla is investing heavily in improving its in-car entertainment system.
In fact, a Tesla owner Brandon shared a video on his Twitter handle (@teslaisntaflex), in which he is seen playing several games by pairing the Playstation controller to the infotainment system of his Tesla car. The tweet was retweeted by Tesla Owners Club Tesla Owners Silicon Valley (@teslaownersSV), replying to which Elon Musk said the company is making good progress toward Steam integration. He also told that the demo of this feature will be shown next month.
We expect the company to play some heavy video games in this demo to showcase the gaming potential inside its electric vehicles. Please note that these games can only be played while the vehicle is being charged. Which means they cannot be played while driving.
According to the Finder, Tesla’s in-car gaming platform currently runs on Beach Buggy Racing 2, Cyberpunk 2077, Fallout Shelter, Sonic the Hedgehog, The Witcher 3, The Battle of Polytopia, Fallout Shelter, Cat Quest, Cuphead, Sudoku, among many others. Other games can be played.