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. 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.
According to Windows Central, this is basically an updated version of a game called Miami Street.
Unlike previous Forza titles, Forza Street does not require you to steer your auto to victory.
Microsoft's flagship Forza franchise is coming to all Windows 10 devices via a new free-to-play spin off title - Forza Street. Racers will have to focus their efforts on hitting the gas and brake pedals and timing their boosts to win races.
Turn 10 Studios most recently released Forza Motorsport 7. "Whether players want to squeeze in a quick one-minute race or get immersed in a story campaign" Forza Street gives them those options. With the game now available to play on Windows 10 devices, Beaudoin says the company will continue to add new features, actively engage in community feedback, and improve the gameplay as time passes on. 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 install size is around 3.85GB.
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