Forza Horizon and Forza Motorsport are some of the best driving games for consoles and PCs but they aren’t inclusive since mobile gamers are left out. Let’s leave the “Are mobile gamers considered actual gamers?” argument for another day because the very same people behind that great game is bringing the lawless world of street racing to your smartphone.
Forza Street, a PC game first launched in 2018, will soon be available for download on your Android and iOS smartphone this 5 May 2020. With many nations still in a lockdown due to the Coid-19 virus, take to the virtual streets on your smartphone and burn some rubber.
Expect garage-loads of your favourite sports cars, supercars and tuner cars of varous vintages to be available on the mobile game. Do not however, expect the stable to be as substantial as the console games of the same title.
You’ll find some JDM legends such as the Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R and Datsun 204Z, American muscle in the form of Dodge Viper ACR and Ford Mustang GT as well as some European flavour under the BMW and Porsche banner in the shape of an E30 M3 and 918 Spyder.
Modifications and tuning are a given, as are cosmetic enhancements, for you to make your car faster and look the part.
Unlike most racing mobile racing games that lack this over console or PC games, Forza Street will have a story mode. However, expect the gameplay to be more arcade than simulation; meaning less penalties for damage or crashing though some decent driving does appear to be rewarded or at the very least acknowledged.
Remember to download Forza Street from the Google Play Store or iOS app store come 5 May 2020 though we're more FR Legends people ourselves.