The game's storyline is separate from Robert Ludlum's novels and the Matt Damon films and will focus on the conspiracy surrounding Bourne's origins.
Developed with Ludlum Entertainment and Bourne film writer Tony Gilroy, the game will give players the chance to recreate The Bourne Identity's chase through Paris in a Mini Cooper.
"With action, combat, elaborate escape scenes and untold story, the Bourne series is making a natural progression into the interactive medium," said Sierra's Al Simone
"We're pleased to announce that this June gamers will have the chance to experience the dangerously exciting aura and frenetic pace inherent in the Bourne franchise."
The game, which won't use Matt Damon's likeness for the main character, was developed by High Moon Studios and will aim to capture the visual style of the film trilogy.
"We’re creating a video game that is distinctly Bourne, based on a deconstruction of the character from action hero to game hero, and one that we ultimately believe gamers will discover as a distinctively original licensed action game," said Emmanuel Valdez, director of The Bourne Conspiracy.