The third installment in the Project CARS racing game franchise will come out on the current generation of consoles as well as PC this summer.
An exact release date hasn’t been mentioned.
The announcement trailer hints at a greater level of car customisation than there was in the previous games.
That includes a Mercedes-AMG GTR and a Honda NSX getting tuned from road cars to GT racers.
The track selection seen in the trailer also ranges from street circuits, to dedicated race tracks including Interlagos in Brazil.
Following in the spirit of the previous entries, the game’s Twitter account says players will “battle your way up from weekend warrior to racing legend”.
Ian Bell, CEO of the Slightly Mad Studios team behind the game, and executive director at Codemasters, promised the game is a big step forward from its predecessor.
“Project CARS 3 is a game changer,” he tweeted. “All of the sim you could want with all of the fun you could want.
“Handling is massively improved, input on pads is transformed and FFB [force feedback] is amazing. The career mode is massively involved. I hope you all enjoy. We’re proud here.”
This will be the first Project CARS game released since Codemasters acquired the series’ developer, Slightly Mad Studios, last year.