Minecraft has already become one of the most ubiquitous games out there, with ports on nearly every platform you can think of. However, you might be able to add another, unconventional platform to that list soon: Tesla vehicles.
Tesla founder Elon Musk recently tweeted that Minecraft is on his company's list of to-dos for game ports. Going further, Musk says it's a high priority, alongside Roblox.
We’re working on it. Agreed, Minecraft is high priority. Roblox too.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 28, 2019
Teslas all feature a large displays from which you control much of the car's functions. Tesla has been gradually adding games to the built-in computers for months now, including Atari titles, Beach Buggy Racing 2, and even chess. Of course, the games are only meant to be played while the car is at rest, so don't get your hopes up for playing Minecraft as you drive. That's just plain dangerous.
For those of us without a Tesla, both Cuphead and Minecraft are available to pick up across Xbox One, Windows 10, and a number of other platforms in the meantime.
Diamonds are forever
Mind the skeletons
Minecraft is a legendary crafting survival game from Mojang and Microsoft, where players can build literally anything they can imagine.
Practice makes perfect
A classic run-and-gun game with stylized illustrations and boss battles that will make you throw your controller at your screen. It's been called the hardest game ever played by many.
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