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PUBG Mobile has collaborated with Tesla to bring part of the Tesla world into the game. Now players will be able to visit the Gigafactory and create Model Y there. Activating the Autopilot function in it, they will be delivered to their destination. In addition, Tesla Semi, Roadster, and the iconic Cybertruck appear in the game.
According to the release note, Tesla's world will arrive as part of the PUBG Mobile 1.5 Ignition update. The update will move Tesla vehicles and the factory to the Erangel map, which is the oldest and most famous map in the game. According to the description and video, players will be able to see and enter the Tesla Gigafactory. Once inside, they can create Model Y, which comes with Autopilot mode.
The Tesla Gigafactory will appear on the map. Activate all switches of the assembly lines in the factory to start the car assembly process and build a Tesla vehicle - Model Y."
By activating Autopilot, players can mark locations on the map and drive to them automatically. This feature perfectly reflects the reality that Tesla owners with FSD Beta can drive without driver intervention.
"Model Y + Self-driving
The self-driving cars produced at the Tesla Gigafactory have an autopilot mode that can be activated on the highways on the map to automatically take players to the location of pre-set markers along the highway."
Some other Tesla vehicles will also appear randomly on the map. Players can encounter Roadster and Cybertruck. In addition, Semi sometimes moves along the roads, transporting supplies. Players get additional ammo when hitting a truck.
These self-driving transportation vehicles developed by Tesla will spawn randomly along the road in the wild and will drive automatically on specific routes. Obtain battle supplies by dealing damage to the Semi to make it drop Supply Crates."
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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.