Forza Street Launches For PC, Mobiles Later This Year

Forza Street Launches For PC, Mobiles Later This Year

Rather than an accidental reveal by dragging a private document into a blog post, Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios this morning officially revealed that the Forza series was coming to mobiles.

The game, which looks like the Forza Horizon franchise had a baby with Need for Speed: Underground, is available on PC right now. It’s less of a racer and more of a timing based game, though. “Forza Street was designed for racing on the go with streamlined controls that focus on timing of gas, brake, and boost as the keys to victory,” the official description reads.

Shorter races will clock in at around one minute, although there’s also an “endless story” as well. The Microsoft Store page also has an outline of an upgrade path, which shows off three different types of currencies. The install size is around 3.85GB.

More info about the game can be found on the official page here or through the Microsoft Store on Windows 10.


  • Id give this game a miss.

    Its just a reskin of a game called Miami streets (Which believe it or not was originally supposed to be a Forza game in the first place) to the point where some of the dialogue boxes have not been updated and still mention Miami streets.

    This is a low effort reskin of a game designed to make some quick cash.

    • Wonder why the mobile release is delayed then? I just had a play for 20 minutes and no idea why the bothered on the PC, the whole game is played with one button. Would be fine on my phone for 10 minutes (like CSR Racing was) but seems an odd fit for the PC.

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