Last June, electric car maker Tesla held a ceremony to unveil the new Tesla S Plaid model at its California plant. On that occasion, the owner of Tesla, Elon Musk, fulfilled his previously promised promise to play the graphically very demanding Cyberpunk 2077 game on the screen of the new in-car information and entertainment system. However, he did not stop there because he was probably tired of playing only Cyberpunk 2077 in the meantime, so he recently stated that Tesla is working hard to enable play on the Steam gaming service, which is Tesla’s long-term goal.
At the moment, Steam has over 50,000 games. It’s a pretty big selection of games. Valve, on the other hand, is currently busy realizing Steam Deck computers. Interestingly, this device uses the same APU processor that will be used on new Tesla electric car models and their infotainment systems. It is a 4-core processor that performs 8 “threads”, the AMD Ryzen V180F model with Zen + cores and an RDNA 2 graphics processor, a version with 1792 “stream” cores and an operating frequency of 2.8 GHz. The power of this processor provides performance at the level of the PlayStation 5 gaming console.
Maybe Niko and G2 will play the next IEM Katowice on Tesla hardware, ie in cars? Well, it’s called “hard core” gaming – you drive your favorite game!
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