While the main Forza Motorsport game series for Xbox and PC platforms are for racing sim fans, it looks like Forza Street is made for casual gamers who want a more arcade experience. Xbox has just announced that Forza Street is available on Windows 10 today, and that it'll come to Android and iOS later in the year. And while the free-to-play approach is something new in the Forza game series, the product in itself isn't entirely new. Apex, Forza Street is the second spin-off title in the long running franchise playable for free.
Although Forza Street was announced by Turn 10 Studios today, the game is actually a rebranding of the existing title Miami Street, which was released by Microsoft nearly a year ago and has now been significantly updated to include a refreshed narrative, upgraded vehicle parts, faster boot-ups, new animations, languages and an audio polishing.
Forza Street is actually a rebranding of Microsoft's Miami Street, and is aimed at those of us without high-end rigs-and therefore access to Forza 7. After they win, they can get points to upgrade their existing cars with better parts or to get new and faster vehicles. 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.
In Forza Street, you press the spacebar in yellow sections of the map and let go in red sections. The install size is around 3.85GB.