Though the trailer is branded with the Xbox logo, it doesn't appear the game is planned for release on Xbox consoles, reinforcing Microsoft's recent moves to expand the brand towards its overall gaming offerings.
A new Forza spin-off is now available for free on PC, with mobile versions to follow soon.
Game developer Turn 10 Studios, part of Xbox Game Studios, has announced Forza Street, a free-to-play racing game for Windows 10, Android, and iOS. Xbox says that the Android and iOS versions will roll out this year, though that doesn't really give a great sense of the timeline. The game is still free-to-play casual game focusing on street races, but the game has pretty nice graphics and weekly new content. Controls focus on timing and players will need to make sure they hit their accelerator and brake pedals at just the right time.More news: Portland wins Game 1 against the Thunder 104-99
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"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", Beaudoin explains. Forza Street seems built for short, quick races that you can get through while waiting in line at the grocery store or riding public transit to work.
More info about the game can be found on the official page here or through the Microsoft Store on Windows 10. The Windows 10 download size is listed at 3.85GB, and while in-app purchases are mentioned, there are no pricing details available.