car owners from Tesla now have more games available on their infotainment system. This Tuesday (13), the automaker of Elon Musk announced the integration with Steam🇧🇷 With the year-end update, users will be able to run big titles like cyberpunk 2077out of home.
The news was announced by the manufacturer on its official Twitter profile.
In the publication, Tesla reported that owners of the S and X models launched from 2022 will have access to “thousands of games” from Steam.
Through a YouTube video, Tesla demonstrated how the integration works in action by playing the game cyberpunk 2077🇧🇷 The preview even revealed the Steam Beta working.
The images even show the use of a DualSensefrom PlayStation 5, to control the game being played.
But how do Tesla cars play games?
Not all devices can run very heavy titles. Much less car multimedia systems, which focus more on navigation, music, videos and essential applications. Tesla, however, has reinforced the technical sheet of the S and X models to go further.
This is because the latest models have 16 GB of RAM, in addition to a GPU with AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture.
By the way, in 2021, Elon Musk played cyberpunk 2077 in a Model S Plaid🇧🇷
But the Steam Beta isn’t the only thing new in this update. Update 2022.44.25 also brings the Apple Music app, allowing users to use the streaming platform to listen to music in Tesla’s electric cars.
It should be remembered that this is not the first time that Tesla has explored the panel for games. In 2018, the company put Atari titles in the car’s system after a software update. The system still has apps from YouTube, Netflix and Spotify🇧🇷
With information: Engadget🇧🇷 flatpanelshd and The Verge