'Cars 3: Driven to Win' was designed for gamers to feel the "thrill" of racing.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media have joined forces to create the racing game based on the forthcoming animated sequel, the follow-up to 2011's 'Cars 2'.
The racing game, which is being developed by Avalanche Software, will feature characters from the Disney Pixar production and aim to "extend" consumers interactive experience with the franchise.
Speaking about the new device the Vice President and General Manager of Avalanche Software, John Blackburn, said: "With 'Cars 3: Driven to Win', we wanted to create a game that allows fans to extend their experience with this great film, and also feel the thrill of speeding through the tracks, participating in races, and mastering tricks and techniques for fun with the whole family."
And the video game company have enjoyed collaborating with Pixar on the new game.
John added: "It's been an amazing experience to work with the team at Pixar once again for this new game for the beloved 'Cars' franchise."
'Cars 3: Driven to Win' features over 20 vehicles, including familiar characters such as Lightning McQueen and newcomers arriving in the film, as well as new courses and a variety of settings to pick from out of a selection of 13 locations.
Gamers will be able to explore over six different modes, aster new skills on the race track and will have the opportunity to unlock different modes, tracks and characters as they progress through the stages.
'Cars' enthusiasts will be able to play solo or go head to head with their peers with the option of having a split-screen cooperative play facility.
'Cars 3: Driven To Win' is available to pre-order now, and is suitable for PlayStation 4 and 3, as well as Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch, Wii U in June this year.