What you need to know
- Forza Street is a free-to-play PC game designed for tablets.
- It was just announced for Samsung Galaxy devices a while back.
- You can pre-register for the game on the Google Play store.
- It's also coming to iOS in May.
Updated April 7, 2020: Forza Street is coming to Android and iOS on May 5.
A few years ago, Microsoft released a game called Miami Street for PC. It wasn't meant for high-end systems, but could be played on less powerful devices like tablets. The game was since rebranded to Forza Street. According to the team, Forza Street is a "race-on-the-go" experience, confirming prior leaks by a number of sources.
In Forza Street, you enter the street racing scene to win the car collection of your dreams. Pick an event, set your lineup, and race for infamy. Race to collect legendary cars – from classic muscle to modern supercars – turning your garage into a trophy case. The developer also says that Forza Street features streamlined controls that focus on timing. Lastly, unlike the lengthy races found in Forza Horizon 4, you can squeeze in a quick one-minute race.
In order to attract more players, Microsoft is bringing Forza Street to Samsung Galaxy devices. CNET reported the following.
Are you interested in trying out Forza Street on Galaxy tablets and phones? Let us know. Let's hope that it lands on iOS too.
Race in Miami
A new free-to-play Forza experience
A few months ago, Microsoft released a free-to-play game called Miami Street for PC. It was meant for lower-end devices like tablets so that gamers could play short races on the go or whenever they had time. The title was just rebranded to Forza Street.
It'll last you a couple of months
Xbox Game Pass gives you access to over 200 games for one monthly fee. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate also adds Xbox Live Gold to the package so you can play online with your friends.
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