It's a motorcycle racing game.
TT2 Mike the Bike

You may not know it from that title, but TT Isle of Man - Ride on the Edge 2 is a motorcycle racing game. I am sure you could probably think of a few different, more explicit, genres that the title would work well with. I'm here to tell you that you should get your mind out of the gutter because this one is a motorcycle game.

A new gameplay video is out today for TT Isle of Man - Ride on the Edge 2. The game promises to be "more immersive and realistic than ever." This motorcycle racing sim is slated to give fans of motorcycle racing "an unprecedented experience."

The teams at KT Racing and Bigben tell us that the physics for the bikes have been completely rebuilt in order to create "ultra-realistic" behaviors. This improved realism means better balance around bends and corners, which seems rather important for a racing game. There is also a new and improved first-person view that will give players "complete immersion."

TT2 will allow players to ride some all-time classic bikes. These bikes include the MV Agusta 500 Three, Norton NRS 58, Suzuki XR69, Yamaha TZ 750, and the Ducati 900. Fun fact: The Ducati 900 was apparently ridden by the legendary Mike Hailwood. Let me just share a bit about Mike, as told to us through the press release.

In 1978, “Mike the Bike®” came back on the Isle of Man, 11 years after his previous participation, and grabbed the victory with his Ducati 900! Pre-order a retail version of the game on any platform to reenact this glorious moment and handle a historical bike with a particular and demanding gameplay.
For those unaware, TT is apparently the "world's most famous motorcycle race." It was created in 1907. It's 61km in length and includes 260 bends throughout. You'll get to experience it all when TT Isle of Man - Ride on the Edge 2 releases on March 19, 2020 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. A Nintendo Switch release is also planned but it is coming "later."