Cuphead Releasing For Tesla Cars This Summer

Fredrick Soto
June 5, 2019

After March's announcement that the hard-as-nails, retro-stylized platformer Cuphead was coming to the Nintendo Switch, we wondered what platform might be the next to see a port.

Days before Tesla announced its prices for the made-in-China Model 3, the EV maker was said to be considering pricing its flagship electric vehicle at between US$43,400 (300,000 Chinese yuan) and US$50,700 (350,000 yuan) before subsidies.

Cuphead was one of the most highly anticipated games on 2017, featuring stunning hand-drawn animations, an original jazz soundtrack, and vintage side-scrolling design.

"It's a cool game", he continued. "It's insanely hard".

"It's going to be a truck that is more capable than other trucks", said Musk during the interview. It's a twisted plot.

Cuphead should hit cars later this summer, but will only include the game's Inkwell Isle One segment due to their storage limitations, Tesla told IGN. "It's dark. It looks like some cute little Disney thing and you're like, "This plot is very dark". Perhaps a racing sim, played using the car's own controls while it's in park.

Maybe this will be the first ever game to receive downloadable add-on content for their car's dashboard screen? Musk also mentioned that a "dune buggy" driving game is being tested. For markets like the USA, pickups make up a big chunk of the vehicle market so it makes a lot of sense for Tesla to also deal in this segment. He's playing Cuphead, of course!

As Tesla is producing the cars in batches, and in general is doing whatever can to produce and sell as many Model 3 as possible, it's reasonable that the choices need to be reduced.

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