While the game's mechanics are incredibly simple, it must be said that Forza Street's bite-sized gameplay is quite addictive, making it ideal for mobile play.
A new Forza spin-off is now available for free on PC, with mobile versions to follow soon.
Microsoft's exclusive Forza racing series has alternated between its track-based Motorsport and open-world Horizon entries each year with great success, but now the publisher is ready to take the brand into the free-to-play arena with Forza Street, available from today (April 16) on Windows 10. It's "rolling out to iOS and Android starting this year".
"In Forza Street, new Forza fans and seasoned drivers alike can collect and assemble a legendary lineup of cars to compete in intense, cinematic races", Beaudoin explains. Microsoft promises "streamlined controls", but the best thing about Forza Street is that you'll be able to race anytime, anywhere, assuming you have an Internet connection. The game will also offer both short, one-minute races and a story campaign.
Forza Street sees you tackle the land of street racing, but it's no Need for Speed Underground 2.
The game builds off Miami Street, a free-to-play title from 2018, so if this all seems oddly familiar to you, there's a reasonable chance that's the cause. Windows 10 PC owners can download the game from the Microsoft Store now, but it's unclear when, exactly, the title will arrive for iOS and Android.
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