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    Fallout Shelter is coming to Tesla cars, even though we are all doomed


    Do you have a Tesla car? You can soon play your fantasies about the apocalypse in the Falluts Shelter mobile game from Bethesda, which will come to Tesla touch screens all over the world.

    The announcement came during a surprising panel discussion between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Bethesda director Todd Howard at this year's E3 2019 expo. Speaking of everything, from video games to Musk's favorite point of contact – the world we know is a very convincing simulation – it was revealed that the Fallout spin-off title could soon be played on the touch screens in Tesla car ' s.

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    The mobile Fallout Shelter game that was first launched at E3 2015 and became a resounding success with more than $ 90 million (£ 70 million / AU $ 130 million) in sales on iOS and Android. It will join the Indie platformer Cuphead, who is reportedly coming to the Tesla Model S, Model 3 and Model X in the coming months – although neither has a fixed release date for the Tesla fleet.

    Of course gaming or playing with screens while driving is a bit of a no-no, so you can only play the games in Park mode.

    As something to keep family members busy while charging your electric vehicle, a selection of game titles built into Tesla ' s proprietary software is most welcome – although we are sure it will become a mid-drive feature once the self-propelled power of Tesla is advanced enough.

    Play the apocalypse

    The collaboration is not particularly surprising for anyone who was used to the apocalyptic interests of Musk. He / she has repeatedly spoken about his desire to make humanity an interplanetary species, with a settlement on Mars to ensure our survival in the aftermath of a likely climate catastrophe.

    But Tesla's Autopilot function, which adds power steering for drivers while keeping their hands on the wheel, also has a special & apos; Mad Max & apos; slightly faster lane changes mode – inspired by the chaotic and crash-filled movies in the Mad Max franchise, which is a somewhat disturbing comparison, especially given driver ' s & apos; tendencies to keep their eyes out of the way when the Autopilot is in use.

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    Via Engadget

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