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Cuphead, the extra-challenging indie game from StudioMDHR, is coming to a new platform, but it's probably not the one you'd expect.

Regardless of these limitations, it's a major step up from the Atari games now playable in Tesla cars.

Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon Musk confirmed the plan during an appearance on Ride the Lightning, a weekly Tesla podcast hosted by IGN's Ryan McCaffrey.

Cuphead on a Tesla doesn't come as a complete surprise, as Musk put out the call for car-based game development about 10 months ago.

"Cuphead, we've got working", Musk says at around the 36:48 mark, talking about the entertainment options available through the dash monitor on Tesla Model 3, Model S, and Model X cars.

According to reports in the Chinese media, the first pre-order for a China-made Tesla Model 3 was completed in just three minutes after registration was launched on Friday morning local time. It's a cool game. "It's going to look pretty sci-fi", said Musk, who has also said it's like something out of the "Blade Runner" films. While the whole thing won't be playable due to space restrictions, you'll eventually be able to smash through the Inkwell Isle One part of it. "We hope Cuphead can add some classic fun to such forward-thinking vehicles". StudioMDHR's Maja Moldenhauer said. The studio said that it insisted that the game "has to play super, super clean", and that the controls have to be as precise as they are on PC.

You need a wired USB controller to play Cuphead in a Tesla; it does not support touchscreen controls. The list includes: 2048, Super Breakout, Missile Command, Asteroids, Lunar Lander, and Centipede.

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