Forza Street has mobile-friendly one-minute Street Showdowns as well as an overarching story and a focus on upgrades.
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.
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Miami Street, a free-to-play racing game available on the Windows 10 Microsoft Store has been quietly rebranded to Forza Street. While you will be taking part in events, become an infamous street racer and building up a rocking vehicle collection, the game that surrounds all of these ideas isn't anywhere near as interesting. It's "rolling out to iOS and Android starting this year".
"Forza Street is an all-new Forza experience created to be played anytime, anywhere, and excite anyone who loves cars", Forza Design Director Andy Beaudoin announced.
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Forza Street sees you tackle the land of street racing, but it's no Need for Speed Underground 2.
"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. Players will get access to both campaign gameplay and quick races, among other things. 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.
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