Forza Street is free to play and out now on Windows 10

Forza Street is free to play and out now on Windows 10

The Forza series isn't a complete stranger to the realm of free-to-play, but today there's another wrinkle in the franchise's usual timeline: Forza Street. Microsoft today officially announced Forza Street, a free-to-play racing game that's out now for Windows 10 users, but will expand to Android and iOS phones and tablets later this year.

Rather than the typical driving considerations, here, the experience is meant to be "cinematic".

Boosts can be earned depending on how well you time your gas-pressing, and winning races earns you a constant stream or credits and auto unlocks. Players will get access to both campaign gameplay and quick races, among other things.

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. Hopefully, Forza Street will follow in the footsteps of its predecessors - Forza Motorsport and Forza Horizon, and provide an immersive auto racing experience.

Update: The official announcement is up on Xbox Wire, and Microsoft confirmed that the iOS and Android versions of Forza Street are coming later this year.

I think they can make a stronger case on mobile. According to Turn 10 Studios, it will release new features for the game over time, as well as "actively" engaging with the game's community, though no additional details on that were provided. We're sure that more will be added over time, though.



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