Fallout Shelter to launch on Tesla vehicles

VIENNA AUSTRIA- JANUARY 10 This Tesla Model S is displayed during the Vienna Autoshow as part of Vienna Holiday Fair

VIENNA AUSTRIA- JANUARY 10 This Tesla Model S is displayed during the Vienna Autoshow as part of Vienna Holiday Fair

Fallout Shelter is a game about managing your own vault and ensuring that the people inside it work efficiently, stay alive, and are generally well-off without having to enduring horrific work conditions.

Tesla is getting another video game.

As Engadget reports, Musk sat down with Bethesda's Todd Howard for an E3 2019 chat and made a few gaming announcement for the touch screen Tesla vehicles all have mounted on the dash.

"We are actually working together", Howard said. Musk confirmed that you'll have to be parked - "The fun police make us park the auto", he quipped - but he added that the Tesla browser will also allow users to watch Netflix or YouTube through the Tesla dashboard.

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We still don't know much about Starfield, but we do know it's a single-player sci-fi RPG, not a hyper-realistic space sim. "You can already play nearly all the Atari games on the vehicle, and we've hooked it up so you can connect an Xbox or PS4 controller so you can get pretty good feedback", he said.

Fallout Shelter, as a game that is both freely available on the phone you carry with you at all times and which requires some frequent monitoring, seems like a bad fit for a vehicle.

Howard also said he visited Musk's SpaceX headquarters as part of an effort to bring "authenticity" to Starfield, and mentioned that Helium-3-a speculative fuel for nuclear fusion-could be the isotope used to fuel Starfield's ships, or at least is something to be debated.

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