Featuring the real-world locations and cars you'd expect from Bizarre, Blur's 20-vehicles races will also include power-ups, with the companies hyping Blur as the "ultimate wheel-to-wheel racing action experience" that will "revolutionize [the] racing genre."
"We did our homework and saw a huge opportunity to move beyond traditional racers and create a game completely focused on making racing 'fun' again," said Bizarre Creations Creative Director Martyn Chudley.
"Blur delivers a new style of racing experience for all gamers, regardless of their experience, skill or genre preferences. Everything the player does, both in their cars and with their cars, is a dramatic adrenaline rush; it's a real blast!", he added.
In addition to its singleplayer component, Blur will feature 20-player online races, 4-player split-screen racing and a social "Custom Groups" feature that allows people to create and share custom multiplayer modes.
In development for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, Blur will be released this fall.
Way to announce with a boring couple lines of text. Does the game look that bad?
It's still kind of blurry.