Ubisoft's officially announced its first Driver game since acquiring the franchise in 2006 - Driver 76, which is skidding onto PSP.
The game's being developed by Sumo Digital and Ubisoft's Reflections studio and, remaining faithful to the series action-driving formula, drops players into an authentic New York of 1976 where they'll be ploughing their way through 27 new Driver missions spanning six plots (all of which act as a prequel to Driver Parallel Lines' 70s events).
So, car chases and on-foot sections in open environments, Ubisoft further explaining that "Players can take side jobs, earning cash that can be used to modify their rides. Driver 76 also offers an extensive multiplayer mode and a host of mini-games ranging from street races to all out carnage in Destruction Derby mode."
Plus, download content is planned - in the shape of new paint jobs for vehicles you've collected. Driver 76 is due in March.