Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios have announced Forza Street, a free-to-play 'race-on-the-go' kind of Forza experience, for PC, iOS and Android devices. You can download it right now if you have Windows 10, but mobile users will have to wait.
They won't have to wait long, mind you, as the studio promised Forza Horizon's mobile launch will be in 2019. Judging by the game's complexity, it's safe to say it won't be long.
That said, Forza Street is basically a rebrand of Miami Street, hence its early availability on Microsoft Store.
"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", Turn 10 wrote.
Basically, and you can look at the trailer or the image below for confirmation, Forza Street's gameplay is about getting the timing right, which normally makes much more sense on mobile than it has on PC.
Forza Street weighs in on 3.85GB for Windows 10 users, with details on iOS and Android versions following at a later date. We suspect it will be significantly smaller, but we should know soon enough anyway.
Try as we might, we can't find a better description of the game that what Turn 10 wrote below, and a seasoned gamer should spot the key goal of the game in an instant. No, it's not about racing.
"In Forza Street, new Forza fans and seasoned drivers alike can collect and assemble a legendary lineup of cars to compete in intense, cinematic races. Whether players want to squeeze in a quick one-minute race or get immersed in a story campaign, every race is a chance to earn a performance icon from an ever-growing list of incredible cars, turning your garage into a trophy case."
Some fans over at Forza Street's Facebook page have mentioned how Miami Street has been a fun game but that strapping it with Forza branding doesn't really do justice to neither.