Microsoft’s has announced that its upcoming mobile racing game, Forza Street, will be available for iOS and Android devices from May 5. The game is already available on Windows 10 and this will be the game’s first foray into the mobile space. As the name would suggest, Forza Street is based on the critically acclaimed Forza Motorsport and Forza Horizon series of racing games that were first introduced on the Xbox console but was later made available on the PC. It should be noted that Turn 10 Studios, the same studio that develops the Forza games for console and PC has developed Forza Street.
As a welcome bonus, those who play Forza Street between May 5 and June 5 will get the Founder’s Pack. This pack will include a rare vehicle in the form of the 2017 Ford GT as well as some in-game credits and gold that can be availed from the message centre. Those who wish to get a head start can download the game on their Windows 10 PC and sign in using their Xbox Live ID. They can then continue their progress on mobile.
The game is already available for pre-registration on Android via Google Play and the Samsung Galaxy Store. Those on iOS will just have to wait till May 5 to download and play the game.
To recall, Forza Street was unveiled almost a year ago. However, the game has only been available for PC. It is free-to-play and we’ll have to wait and see if it will be able to match up to the established trio of Asphalt 9, Need for Speed Underground and Real Racing.
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