Bethesda is the latest game coming to Tesla massive touchscreen infotainment center Anti-atomic shelter, the free post-apocalyptic spin-off title released on mobile devices in 2015.
The announcement was made by Todd Howard of Bethesda Game Studios, the director of Fallout 4 and Fallout 76 and the executive producer of Anti-atomic shelter. The game joins indie platformer Copper, announced for Tesla earlier this monthand one series of Atari classics This happened to the electric vehicle last August.
Howard spoke today alongside Tesla CEO Elon Musk, live at Geoff Keighley's E3 Coliseum event, during which Musk made some other announcements regarding entertainment. Musk said YouTube is for Tesla vehicles. He also showed a video of a game demo for Beach Buggy Racing 2, an Android runner from the mobile developer Vector Unit, but on the Tesla platform, you can use the steering wheel of the current car to steer your vehicle into the game. We have not had a release date for the games nor for streaming on YouTube.
These ads are definitely a zany fun for Tesla – Howard joked with Musk, which they might try to bring. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to the car But Musk is a passionate gamer who became very interested in technology by developing his own video game before becoming a teenager. For this reason, he has tried to turn the Tesla platform into a mainstream software ecosystem capable of supporting all kinds of entertainment applications, including mobile games and even those of a console.
Video games on your Tesla touch screen will not be exactly a selling point for the electric vehicle; there is a good chance that if you are enthusiastic about it, either you own Tesla or hope to become one. But it's interesting how the Tesla platform can be robust and speculate on its future.
Let's keep our fingers crossed with this self-driving technology that allows us to play these games without having to keep our eyes on the road. Until then, playing Copper or Fallour Shelter As you drive, it seems both dangerous and illegal.