The footage showcases the new features of this season's edition, including more realistic weather simulation, evolving track technology, and a more powerful graphics engine.
SBK Generations will take place throughout four different seasons of the Superbike FIM World Championship, starting in 2009 and ending with this year's competition. A host of real-life tracks and drivers will lend their names to the game thanks to extensive licensing agreements.
"Live through the generations has been our mantra since we started development on SBK Generations," said game director Fabio Paglianti.
"We knew this was going to be the last iteration of our SBK series, so we wanted to give our fans something really special: the chance to experience all the emotion of the SBK championships from recent years."
He added: "All the players will be able to challenge legendary champions, such as the amazing riders shown in this trailer and all in the same race, something which has never happened in a real life SBK round."
SBK Generations will include 10 rosters, ranging from 2009 to 2012, featuring more than 220 riders, 141 teams and 60 bike models from 10 manufacturers that raced between 1999 and 2012.
The game will be available for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in June.