We’ve known for a while that Microsoft was planning on announcing a new Forza. It was announced earlier this year that the Lamborghini Centenario would be the cover car, but aside from some massive leaks, details for the game were scarce until Microsoft’s official announcement during their E3 conference this year.

Now the game has a name, and a release date. As it turns out, the game is actually Forza Horizon 3, and it will be available for Xbox One and PC starting on September 27. Yes, it will be supporting Microsoft’s new Play Anywhere initiative, and it will also sport some multiplayer co-op.

Now we’ve got details on different versions of Forza Horizon 3 you can pre-order, ranging from $59.99 to $99.99 for the Ultimate Edition. Pre-ordering the standard version of the game will net you 2 car packs for the game, the Forza Horizon 2 Rockstar Car Pack, and the Forza Motorsports 6 Meguiar’s Car Pack.

The other versions of the game will of course give you access to more DLC, which includes a few car packs depending on which version of the game you decide to pick up.

Microsoft also revealed a trailer for the game, which you can check out up top.