Stardew Valley Releasing For Tesla Cars, Because Why Not
Having made Stardew Valley available on every conceivable platform at the moment, it appears the game’s lone developer Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone is now cultivating a new edition of the game for play on Tesla-branded vehicles. A recent tease from Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk confirms the farming sim will soon become playable within the premium electric car.
As revealed in a post on Twitter, Musk divulged several inclusions of the vehicles’ upcoming holiday software update. These are set to introduce the likes of a full self-driving (FSD) sneak preview and a game of Backgammon inspired by tv show Lost. While the latter alone would be enough to open a hatch of excitement, the Tesla head also mentioned that Stardew Valley would also make its way to the car’s Tesla Arcade service, along with “a few other things.”
Tesla holiday software update has FSD sneak preview, Stardew Valley, Lost Backgammon & a few other things
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 20, 2019
Elon Musk is seemingly open to any and all games making the drive over to Tesla, with the likes of Cuphead and several classic Atari titles already joining up in the past. While not every partnership has proven fruitful, the auto-maker has made strides in assembling a pretty solid lineup of games, with much more likely on the horizon. With any luck, the future will eventually grant Tesla owners the means to play games from their very own Cybertruck, possibly playing as the heavily-memed vehicle itself.
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