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Cuphead Will Be Ported To 3 Tesla Models... Because You Need Another Reason To Crash Your Car

Cuphead is about to be added to the Tesla gaming range, according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

The popular 2017 game, which dropped for Xbox One and PC before being ported to the Nintendo Switch this year, is also set to be ported to Tesla's Model 3, Model S, and Model X.

Musk was a recent guest on Ryan McCaffery's Ride the Lightning podcast and had quite a lot to reveal. Where Cuphead is concerned, he claims that it's twisted and dark - but it's coming to the Tesla models mentioned above nonetheless, as if autonomous functionality wasn't already causing car crashes.

On a serious note, the game will only be playable while the car is in park, so you don't have to worry about keeping your eyes on the road while playing, although it's hard to imagine such ever being a worry for anyone.

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"Cuphead, we've got working," Musk revealed. "[The developers] have been helping us make it work. It's a cool game. It's insanely difficult. It's sadistically difficult. It's a twisted plot. It's dark. It looks like some cute little Disney thing and you're like, 'This plot is very dark.'"

Musk had previously tweeted about adding the Unity game engine to Teslas. And, according to Cuphead dev, Maja Moldenhauer, the car's version of the game is looking good and running well.

Tesla is aiming for a summer release date but the Inkwell Isle One section of the game will be the only one included because of the vehicles' storage limitations.

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“When Tesla reached out to us to bring Cuphead to their vehicles, we were thrilled!" Moldenhauer said. "Finding out that Mr. Musk was a fan of our game was extremely humbling and getting a chance to work with such an innovative company has been really exciting. We hope Cuphead can add some classic fun to such forward-thinking vehicles.”

Cuphead isn't the first game to launch for Tesla either. The company had previously released some classic Atari games for the aforementioned models, including Asteroids and Lunar Lander.

Tesla's games are usually playable through a USB controller or the touchscreen but you won't be able to use the touchscreen to play Cuphead.

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