Forza Street now available on iOS and Android

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Forza Street

Forza Street has officially launched on both iOS and Android today, bringing an “all-new Forza experience” to mobile devices everywhere.

As a nice bonus, if you play the game at any point between May 5th and June 5th, you can unlock the 2017 Ford GT along with additional in-game credits and gold as a welcome gift.

Forza Street is an all-new Forza experience where players collect and assemble a lineup of cars to compete in quick, cinematic races. It’s a fun experience for new Forza fans and experienced drivers alike and is the first Forza game designed specifically with mobile devices in mind.

You can get Forza Street on the Apple App Store by following the link here and on the Google Play Store by following the link here. The game is free-to-play, but does contain microtransactions.

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The extremely simplified Street Racing shenanigans of Forza Street are no longer tied to Windows 10 as Microsoft is bringing the title over to mobile platforms.

Announced last night alongside a bevy of new Xbox Game Pass titles, Forza Street is currently available to pre-register on both mobile platforms.

Forza Street will go live on May 5th and those that play will be given a free in-game Founders Pack that grants you the 2017 Ford GT and some bonus virtual credits and gold.

We reviewed the original game back when it launched saying, “Forza Street stains a pedigree series with an awful spin-off title.”

Here’s a quote from our review:

“Forza Street is a poor showing for racing games, even for mobile racing games, which Forza Street is aimed at being. Whilst the models and level design are a well-made high point, they are the only such high point within the game as the rest is a sea of microtransactions, simplistic quick time event gameplay and shoddy camera work which ruins the entire experience. Forza Street is best avoided unless you’re really craving some late night braking and accelerating around three corners.”

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