Elton Musk is not a professional troll. Even after the recent spread of unconventional ideas, especially after taking over Twitter, people argue that buying Twitter is not an insane move to begin with. In fact, he’s still stuck to his non-conventional weapons and would have to admit that his results speak for themselves. Although we don’t know exactly how his most recent move will unfold, a few of these are in a very happy mood because of their newly-added ability to play Steam games directly on their Tesla cars.
We can only imagine the headlines when someone gets caught on a Tesla while playing AAA games.
The electric vehicle company finally issued the highly anticipated update on Tuesday, December 13 a year after Musk promised to bring Steam to newer Tesla vehicles.
In July, Musk confirmed that Steam integration in Tesla cars was almost finished, and now that it’s here, fans aren’t quite sure how to react.
Here’s what Tesla has all about this feature:
Simply go to the Steam store by Autostart. Buy and play immersive games that have been verified on Steam. By a cloud synchronization using Steams, resume your game on your Tesla or any other Steam device. Tap the Launcher for your application.
I can’t get over how a Tesla could play Cyberpunk 2077 even after falling into a broken state of power last year.
Keep in mind that Steam is still in its beta and is only available on 2022 Tesla models (six models) and three new vehicles. Although we’re expecting occasional problems, we hope this will never come up with anything serious enough to raise concerns. Other than feathers, you need to subscribe to “premium connectivity”, which is a multi-media app that costs 100 dollars a year or ten dollars per month.
Musk revealed on Twitter that a new model of “Tasco” for 2021 and other Tesla cars will finally arrive.
Tesla’s Steam integration is a classic example of the common phrase, “just because you can’t mean you should.”
We’re aware that some Tesla cars could run Cyberpunk 2077 this year, which is an extraordinary feat given the game’s state at this time. Even though we don’t know whether it’s a good idea, this isn’t a question that remains unanswered. Just as law and regulations separate us from average citizens, it’s probably not wise to say a word about why putting Steam on a car that can run all of the games in its library is a bad idea. Tesla cars won’t allow players to enjoy their cars while driving. We’re pretty sure anyone can fix this issue that prevented that, if it’sn’t already out yet.
It’s only time for other car manufacturers to take a page out of Tesla’s book.
Steam integration isn’t the only new feature included in the recent Tesla update. With the addition of a dog camera, a garage door functionality, a zooming option and a “Light Show” option, and an Apple music (impaired connectivity) can be performed.