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Cars 3: Driven to Win releases across multiple platforms

Kevin Dooley On July 14, 2017

Today marks the release of Warner Bros. Interactive's and Disney's animated automotive game Cars 3: Driven to Win.

The game, developed by avalanche Software, is available across the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch and Wii U platforms. The game is inspired by the upcoming Cars 3 movie, so you'll see the likes of Lightning McQueen, Cruz Ramirez, Jackson Storm and other fan favourite characters.



Cars 3: Driven to Win contains six game modes. Race Mode will see you racing against Lightning McQueen and company on race tracks; Battle Race allows players to collect and use power-ups; Takedown Mode will see players using a variety of power-ups; and you can best your own lap times in Best Lap Challenge.

Furthermore, players can free roam, go racing, perform stunts and engage in challenges in the Playground mode and the Stunt Showcase will enable players to race off ramps with the goal of performing as many tricks as possible.

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