Forza Motorsport 5 will feature a tame racing driver. All we know is... he's not the Stig, but he is the Stig's Digital Cousin.
Reports say the digitized Stig will have all of the driving prowess of the original--so far he's put in a pretty impressive performance behind the wheel of a Holden Commodore Super V8--but with one crucial difference.
This Stig is apparently beatable.
We'll believe it when we see it.
We're also curious to see if the Forza 5 soundtrack includes any Morse Code or bagpipe music.
As with Forza 4, the Top Gear test track will be playable, in case you want to see if a Nissan Leaf can beat the Pagani Huayra's lap record.
Presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May will also dispense commentary in career mode, and there will be Top Gear-inspired races and challenges.
Hopefully there will be another Top Gear Car Pack as well.
Other highlights of Forza 5--which launches November 22 exclusively on XBox One--include an upgraded physics engine, world-class tracks like Laguna Seca and Spa-Francorchamps, and world-class cars like the Audi R18 e-tron quattro and McLaren P1.
You can see how your skills match up against the Stig's Digital Cousin next month when Forza 5 hits stores.