Tesla will have more entertainment options in their cars. After integrating the classic games of Atari and announcing the next release of Cuphead, the next game to take advantage of the touch screen of vehicles will be Fallout Shelter, from Bethesda.
The announcement was made today at E3 in a talk between Elon Musk and Todd Howard, the director of Bethesda Game Studios. The collaboration between the two had been anticipated at the beginning of this week when the presenter Geoff Keighley announced that he would moderate a panel with both.
Fallout is one of the favorite series of Elon Musk, who claims to have finished 100% Fallout 3, Bethesda's first game when he took control of this franchise. Given this and due to the success that Fallout Shelter has had since its launch on mobile devices in 2015, Howard announced that the game will reach the Tesla cars.
Elon Musk arrived at the gaming exhibition for a reason. He announced that a number of Bethesda projects would be ported to the embedded screen in Tesla electric cars. At the meeting, they called three games for release.
1. Fallout Shelter, the famous post-apocalyptic asylum simulator. The game was first released on mobile devices, and then successfully ported to the PC.
2. Cuphead, a spectacular platform action movie, stand out from a number of its own kind of high complexity and skillful styling for Disney "golden age" cartoons.
3. Beach Buggy Racing 2, a racing game where you can drive a car using the Tesla steering wheel.
Todd Howard also came for good reason. He is determined to add to the list of games for Tesla another project Bethesda, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Elon Musk also said that he was also a passionate gamer and even tried to develop games himself when he was young.