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Although announced and presented by Forza developers Turn 10 Studios and Microsoft, Forza Street is developed by Electric Square and from all accounts is an updated version of the studio's Windows 10 game Miami Street from 2018. Coming to iOS and Android later this year, Forza Street is currently available to play for free on Windows 10.

And judging by the below trailer it certainly looks good for a mobile racing game. One that has definite Need For Speed Underground vibes.



Designed as an easy to play title across a wide range of mobile devices - Forza Street has been designed "with streamlined controls that focus on timing of gas, brake, and boost as the keys to victory". No doubt with the Forza name attached, the real cars and polish that the series is known will be here. Or will be, as Turn 10 states that it will actively engage with the community to fine tune the game and add features based on feedback.




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