Tesla will eliminate the ability to play games on the center touch screen while their vehicles are in motion.
According to a report by The Guardian, Less than a day after a U.S. car safety regulator announced it would investigate Tesla for allowing drivers to play video games, the company announced that it would send an update to prevent them from being played while the car is moving.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced that the company will send an update that prevents anyone from using the "Passenger Play" feature while the vehicle is in motion. This change will be implemented in all four models that have this feature.
"Passenger Play will now be locked and unusable when the vehicle is in motion." has announced.
Early Christmas present by updating Tesla Holiday! This is my favorite new thing. Sonic the hedgehog game that reminds me of my youth! This is the time when games didn't have big downloads or needed an internet connection! pic.twitter.com/ucxmaSiOHw
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Tesla owner Vince Patton filed a complaint after discovering his ability to play games in his car. "I was amazed that, yes, I'm sure this sophisticated video game came out, - Someone will be killed. It's absolutely crazy, "he said.
The "Passenger Play" feature was initially disabled when the car was moving, but Tesla changed that in December 2020. The company now felt pressured to reverse this decision after the complaint and the subsequent investigation.
Recently, Tesla teamed up with Sega to make the original Sonic The Hedgehog can be played in their cars. This will still be possible after the upgrade, but only when the car is stationary. There are a number of popular games that are available inside a Tesla, inclusive Cuphead and Stardew Valley.
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