Forza Street announced and released on PC, Coming To Mobile
A new Forza spin-off is now available for free on the PC. Mobile versions will follow shortly. Forza Street was leaked in March and is now officially announced and simultaneously released on the PC. Although the trailer is labeled with the Xbox logo, the game does not appear to be designed for release on Xbox consoles. This underlines Microsoft’s recent move to extend the brand to the entire gaming offer.
The trailer shows some Forza-like races, mostly through the streets of the city at night. The concept seems to be based on urban road races. The trailer briefly shows car and upgrade menus with familiar F2P hooks, such as an energy meter and two different currencies.
This announcement mentions neither a developer nor a release date for the mobile versions, but the previous flaw testified that the developer of Miami Street was behind Electric Square. At this time, it was still unclear whether Microsoft had included the developer in a Forza game or whether the leak was due to an outdated error.
Microsoft has released a new Forza game every year since 2011, which usually alternates between the simulation-based motorsport series and the Horizon series with the more open-world and arcade series. The last release before Forza Street was Horizon 4, which takes place in the UK and has a seasonal weather mechanic.