It isn’t at all surprising why Bethesda Games’ hugely popular "Fallout 3" will be coming to the in-car touchscreen infotainment displays of Tesla electric vehicles (EVs) real soon.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is a huge fan of the 3D post-apocalyptic action, role-playing open world video game with millions of fans worldwide and tournaments to boot. He once boasted he’d explored “every inch” of "Fallout 3."

We can take the man at his word for that statement. That’s because "Fallout 3" is considered one of the best video games of all time. It was lavished with critical acclaim upon release in 2008 and received a number of Game of the Year awards for its open-ended gameplay and flexible character-leveling system.

Imagine this game on your Tesla infotainment system. Way too cool.

Musk revealed the coming of "Fallout 3" at E3, the premier event for the video gaming industry now taking place in Los Angeles. He also said another Bethesda hit, "Fallout Shelter," will also be coming to Tesla’s in-car entertainment system.

The hugely popular "Fallout Shelter," which was released for iOS devices in 2015, will be joined by "Beach Buggy Racing 2." Also to make its way to Tesla consoles are classic Atari games and "Cuphead," that lovable run and gun indie video game developed and published by StudioMDHR.

To play Tesla's broad line-up of games, a gamer will have to keep his Tesla in park (obviously). Tesla’s EVs will support PS4 and Xbox controllers. On the other hand, the racing titles will be compatible with the car’s controls.

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A screenshot from "Fallout 3." Bethesda Softworks

Gamers will be able to use their steering wheel to control their virtual racer and use the brake pedal to slow down. The accelerator will be off-limits for safety purposes (obviously).

In addition to the games, Musk said Tesla's entertainment system will also allow people to watch YouTube (soon) and Netflix through the car's built-in web browser. Back in August 2018, Musk said that version 10 of Tesla’s in-car software will provide support for third-party video streaming like YouTube.