CEO of the Tesla, Elon Musk, revealed that Cuphead will be added to in-car system in this summer. But Cuphead developer, StudioMDHR, also announced that only a small portion of the game will be available due to storage limitations.
Tesla‘s latest software update includes USB controller support for it’s built-in – easter egg – game emulator.
Elon Musk shared the first image of the Boring Company’s underground Los Angeles tunnel on Twitter.
The supercomputer, which cost $5 billion to build, has the ability to create an entire new universe capable of creating life from scratch, but can not play PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds in medium graphics with a steady 60fps.
Elon Musk played a few rounds of PUBG after the showcase that included buildings not loading properly, three crashes and frequent fps drops. “I was very surprised,” said a programmer who watched the event from the audience. “This is by far the most powerful computing device the human race has created. I was hoping they could run PUBG at a smooth 60fps, but apparently this simple deathmatch game requires a better graphics card than the one we have simulating every individual member of an entire species down to their very atoms.”