Elon Musk recently stated that Tesla is working to make the video game library of Steam on his on-board computer.
Tesla has long been committed to expanding its presence in the field of video gameswith a proprietary platform call Tesla Arcade within its vehicles and different teams that collaborate with the various production studios to transfer their games there. Right now, it’s mainly to create a value added, but Tesla may have bigger plans for the future. In fact, CEO Elon Musk recently stated that he believes the essential entertainment when the cars will drive themselveswhich he believes Tesla will be able to achieve by the end of the year.
Now Musk announced today on Twitter that Tesla is working on getting Steam’s game library to work directly on Tesla’s software instead of carrying specific games and reiterated his goal of making Cyberpunk, a very graphically demanding game, work on the next Cybertruck.
Everything obviously seems to be part of a grand plan. Tesla recently rolled out a new entertainment computer in the Model S and Model X announced last year, with a power of up to 10 teraflops enabling in-car play on par with today’s latest consoles via. A well-known chip leaker, Patrick Schur, has posted a diagram of Tesla’s new gaming computer powered by the AMD Navi 23 GPU, an integrated system that plugs directly into two touchscreens inside the Model S and Model X for gamingwatch movies and perform other functions.
The Web site videocardz has compared the specifications with existing consoles of the latest generation, proving that indeed the promises according to the available specifications are correct.