PS5/XSX Patch Not Even Around the Corner, But We can Already Play Cyberpunk 2077 on Tesla

First Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay on a Tesla: Elon Musk was right, the game goes on the new cars. At the presentation of the Tesla Model S Plaid, attendees have been able to play in the electric car.


In recent weeks we have told you on different occasions that the new cars of the Tesla brand were going to have a kind of integrated console, which also has AMD technology. Elon Musk came to assure us that on that console we could play video games like The Witcher 3 or Cyberpunk 2077, and now we have been able to verify that it is true.

At the Tesla Model S Plaid presentation event, the company taught attendees about the car’s features. Among them, his console. And yes, as you can see in the following tweet, Cyberpunk 2077 runs on a Tesla at 60 fps, without major problems. Musk assured that the cars will have a level of entertainment and power similar to what a PlayStation 5 can provide.

As we already told you, the car will have an AMD processor with integrated graphics and other independent graphics. On paper, it is not entirely clear that this integrated console can really reach the level of PS5, but it is still surprising and striking. It will be interesting to see performance benchmarks in the future to really see how much the Tesla console looks like a PlayStation or Xbox.


A Tesla gamepad?


The funny thing, moreover, is that a photograph of a supposed Tesla remote has appeared on Reddit. It is not clear if this controller is functional or decorative, but we would not be surprised if the console is accompanied by a new command. Beyond that, Elon Musk has put his chest out: ” There has never been a car that has cutting-edge computer technology, state-of-the-art information and entertainment literally at the level of a PlayStation 5,” as The Verge has indicated.

Regarding Cyberpunk 2077, we recently saw a video that the developers put together internally with the bugs in the game, and it is as horrible as you can think. Of course, we have known this video for an unpleasant event: CD Projekt has suffered a major hack. In fact, in the last few hours, we have learned that it is more serious than the study thought and could include private employee data.

You can read our review of Cyberpunk 2077 here.

Source: The Verge

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