Tesla is mixing online video online games and fact with the start of a model of “Game of Peace” in its Tesla Arcade in China.
In China, Tesla has been introducing distinct video game titles than in other marketplaces in its “Tesla Arcade” in-car or truck video activity process.
Now, the automaker is launching “Game of Peace,” which is China’s version of the well known PUBG cellular activity, on Tesla Arcade.
Like a number of other video games on the process, they often modify it to entail Tesla autos in the match.
It appears to be the circumstance with this new launch of Activity of Peace, which is released by Tencent, who is also a important Tesla trader.
Tesla China introduced this online video to announce the game:
Tesla Gigafactory Shanghai gained a mysteries bundle at midnight. It was airdropped right in front of our door. Want to know what shock it held within? Find out in Match of Peace. Examine Giga Shanghai’s Product 3 and have exciting! pic.twitter.com/fCHX5MU9Qy
— Tesla China (@teslacn) July 20, 2020
Though this footage is online video activity renders, Tesla in fact brought the drop bundle to Gigafactory Shanghai — while perhaps not by dropship (image by means of Jay in Shanghai):
Later on, Tesla brought the bundle to the Taikoo Hui Searching Shopping mall in Shanghai — although presumably not by Tesla Semi truck like in the movie:
Although Tesla does not look to have opened the true offer but, but the online video unveiled by Tesla China appears to show a Purple Product 3:
Exceptional Gameplay Footage: Game of Peace is the chinese version of PUBG (PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds) will release Tesla Design 3 Motor vehicle Pores and skin with a few color variants (Pearl White, Midnight Sliver and Brilliant Purple) with quite a few other Easter eggs.#Tesla #TeslaChina #PUBGM pic.twitter.com/Ezeo4WQmYg
— Jay in Shanghai 🇨🇳 特斯拉 (@JayinShanghai) July 20, 2020
Could Tesla have a actual variation of the car or truck? Could it even offer you it as a special supply? Who is aware?
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