Cars 3: Driven to Win coming to the Switch and the Wii U

by Daniel VuckovicApril 5, 2017

Strap yourself in folks, this is a weird one to explain. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media have announced Cars 3: Driven to Win. It’s based on the upcoming Cars movie and the game is being developed by Avalanche Software, you know the folks that developed Disney Infinity. (RIP)

The game will be coming to both Nintendo home consoles this June. Yes even the Wii U is getting this one. It’s also coming to the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and PS4 as well. Sorry 3DS owners.

Picking up after the final big race in the film, Cars 3: Driven to Win extends the storyline of Cars 3 with all-new action packed adventures and takes players through a high-speed competition that is filled with both familiar and new faces. Players will be able to join Lightning McQueen and Cruz Ramirez as they prepare to take on rival racer Jackson Storm. The game features more than 20 customisable playable characters including popular heroes from the Cars franchise and next generation racers. Players can also select their favourite race environments from a series of iconic settings from the film, such as Radiator Springs and Florida International Speedway, with over 20 unique tracks to choose from across 13 different locations.

The game is coming out June 13th in America, a couple of days before the movie releases there. We get the movie here a week later, so we’re thinking the date for the game will be different too. We’ll let you know once it’s announced.





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  • Oliver Phommavanh
    April 6, 2017 at 3:53 pm

    Wii U? It makes more sense to put it on the Wii for the kids who still have one lying around lol how funny that this may be the final Wii u release, and not zelda

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