Microsoft launches free-to-play Forza Street

Yolanda Curtis
April 17, 2019

Forza Street takes players to the streets of Miami where they can enter the ultimate street racing scene to win the auto collection of their dreams.

The game, which looks like the Forza Horizon franchise had a baby with Need for Speed: Underground, is available on PC right now.

"Today, Turn 10 Studios is proud to announce Forza Street, an all-new Forza experience created to be played anytime, anywhere, and excite anyone who loves cars", says a statement on Xbox Wire.

This announcement doesn't mention a developer or release date for the mobile versions, but the prior leak said that Miami Street developer Electric Square was behind the game. We're not sure what al has changed in the transition to Forza, but fortunately it's still free to play.

Turn 10 Studios most recently released Forza Motorsport 7.

Forza Street is mainly aimed at casual gamers. After they win, they can get points to upgrade their existing cars with better parts or to get new and faster vehicles. Andy Beaudoin, Design Director, Forza Street, adds that the game has been designed for "racing on the go with streamlined controls that focus on the timing of gas, brake, and boost as the keys to victory". You can download it from the Windows Store here. Available free on PC today and coming soon to Android and iOS device, Forza Street is "an all-new Forza experience created to be played anytime, anywhere". The install size is around 3.85GB.

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