Tesla Steam integration still coming as Elon Musk performs testing

Tesla has been working on integrating Steam’s library of video games into the Tesla Arcade for the better part of a year. Elon Musk was hoping to provide a demonstration of the technology in August, but the month came and went with nothing to show.

It appears as though it is taking longer than expected to work out all the kinks for a seamless gaming experience in your Tesla. Elon Musk revealed on Tuesday that he is still testing the technology today in Palo Alto.

Musk unfortunately did not provide an updated timeline for when a demo could take place, or when Steam integration will be released.

A good candidate for a potential demonstration could be AI Day 2, which is scheduled to take place on September 30.

Steam integration would allow owners to stream and play the latest video games in their vehicles, without Tesla developers having to spend a significant amount of time to port over individual games one by one.

When it does get released the tech will likely only work with the latest Tesla vehicles which feature the upgraded AMD Ryzen processor. The new processor was first introduced in the Model S and Model X in 2021, before being introduced later in the Model 3 and Model Y, and offers enough power to rival the latest home video game systems like the PS5.

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