But here we are.
Today, during a conversation with Bethesda's Todd Howard and Geoff Keighley, Elon Musk announced, firstly that Bethesda's mobile game Fallout Shelter, which has been downloaded 63 million times and grossed more than $100 million worldwide, would be available on Tesla cars in the future, alongside Cuphead, the super difficult throwback side-scroller that was released in 2018.
He also announced Beach Buggy Racing 2, a racing game you control with the ACTUAL Tesla steering wheel. Which makes sense in an insane sort of way.
"If you've got a racing game and a steering wheel," explained Musk, "the steering wheel is sitting there waiting to be steered."
But more video games on the Tesla is a good thing. No official release date as of yet.