Have you ever wondered what it’s like to use a real Warthog from the Halo series? It would probably be terrible. A true vehicle unit that weighs three tons and, despite its size, can reach speeds of almost 80 miles per hour. And it’s no secret that this process leaves something to be desired. It’s a futuristic marvel of engineering, to say the least, and Microsoft would love to make a true Warthog with the help of Elon Musk.
Musk, the wealthiest person on the planet, discusses the status of Cyberpunk 2077 on his Twitter account, says he enjoyed the game, and commented on the frequency of updates CD Projekt Red has released. He’s an avid gamer and Tesla’s Plaid Model S can play The Witcher 3, Cuphead, Stardew Valley, Fallout Shelter, and more via Tesla Arcade. Playing games while driving is strictly not recommended, so games are more for passengers in your car, like a natural evolution of DVD players that can be fitted to headrests. The only bump on the road I envision is when the kids behind are stuck on a level or get into a boss fight and start shouting that it’s not fair, the game is broken and are we just there.
Halo is the only series that Musk has played on a console. Xbox marketing general manager Aaron Greenberg caught the comment posted. “Sure, it feels like a Tesla x Halo collaboration has to happen at some point !?” “This would be a dream collaboration for me and the many fans I know,” Greenberg said. Since Musk is the CEO of SpaceX, he is a natural choice for the prospective project. Yet this is also the person who made the Cybertruck, a sustainable vehicle with extremely durable glass windows that shatter when a metal ball is thrown on the outside.
Building a true Warthog in 2018 had already been accomplished by a Halo megaphone. Bryant Havercamp worked on his project for five years using a game model and starting with a 1984 Chevy K10 and building a frame and roll cage around the original vehicle. Havercamp confirmed that Warthog was able to reach a top speed of 85 miles per hour with its fully rebuilt 1984 Chevy 350 engine, and it cost about $ 11,000 to build the vehicle from scratch. This is a little more impressive than Microsoft’s own Warthog for promoting Halo 4.