A few months ago, Microsoft released a game called Miami Street on PC. It wasn't meant for high-end systems, and could be played on less powerful devices like tablets. Recently, it was rebranded to "Forza Street," and it's coming to Android and iOS very soon. However, there may be another platform that hasn't been announced. According to a report by AR12Gaming, it's coming to the Nintendo Switch because code snippets were discovered which referenced the console.
AR12Gaming said the following in the article. We're trying to verify that the code could actually indicate support for Switch, or whether it's not leftover code from some middleware or some other implementation. As always, take this with a grain of salt until we recieve confirmation.
AR12Gaming has received evidence to suggest that the game might be coming to a fourth platform in the future. A member who goes by the name of Logic in our Discord server... sent me a snippet from the game's source code which makes several references to Nintendo Switch, along with the aforementioned Android and iOS.
Forza Street is a "race-on-the-go" experience, confirming prior leaks back in March. In the game, 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 which focus on timing. Lastly, unlike the lengthy races found in Forza Horizon 4, you can squeeze in a quick one-minute race.
Are you interested in Forza Street? Let us know. It's a free-to-play experience so there's no risk in trying it.
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.
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