Microsoft launches free-to-play Forza Street

Ruben Fields
April 17, 2019

Microsoft on Monday announced the launch of its new arcade racing game called Forza Street for Windows 10, a free-to-play title.

The trailer shows some Forza-like racing, mostly through city streets at night time.

In addition to Windows 10, Twitter user Klobrille, an Xbox enthusiast who regularly has some good scoops about the Xbox division, is saying today that the game is coming soon to iOS and Android. And while the free-to-play approach is something new in the Forza game series, the product in itself isn't entirely new. 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".

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Unlike previous Forza titles, Forza Street does not require you to steer your vehicle to victory.

The Forza video game series is widely known as an Xbox exclusive, but that's about to change with Turn 10's latest release, Forza Street. 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.

Featuring a campaign and quick one-minute races for helping with the bus commute, gamers are expected to collect and upgrade iconic cars to turn their garage into a trophy case. The Windows 10 download size is listed at 3.85GB, and while in-app purchases are mentioned, there are no pricing details available.

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