Fresh on the heels of Amazon UK's leak earlier this week, developer Milestone has announced that Ride 3 is in development for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One and will launch later this year.

Fully overhauled thanks to the Unreal Engine 4, Ride 3 maintains the series' core identity while tuning things up a notch when it comes to realism, customisation, and content. The track count has been bumped up, so that it now includes GPs and Supermoto tracks, Country and City circuits, plus Road Races and Drag Races.

Meanwhile, the new Livery Editor spruces up the customisation options, giving players a 'unique limit' when kitting out their turbocharged bikes. Speaking of vehicles, Ride 3 will offer a garage full of them: More than 230 bikes in total split into seven categories, and 30 tracks to speed across.

There's apparently over 500 different bike customisations, so racing fanatics should have plenty to tuck into. 

Milestone's also trumpeting a bunch more (obvious) improvements, including enhanced AI, new physics, and a revamped collision detection system. Drone Scanning also allows for tracks to be meticulously realised down to the 'smallest detail,' so at least Ride 3'll look pretty if nothing else.

Ride 3 is due out on November 8.