As with any Forza game, you can expect to collect and customise your cars in the game. Apart from being redesigned for mobile, there will also be a fair amount of microtransactions in the game to unlock certain car models or cosmetics.
As its name implies, the game focuses on street racing, so it’s a little bit different from previous entries in the Forza franchise.
Another way to look at it is to think of it as Need for Speed: Most Wanted, but “with interesting characters, mystery, and intrigue”.
Honestly, almost every racing game I know of plays almost the same way, and there’s just no distinguishing factor between them. But hey, that’s just what I think. If you like racing games, then you should give Forza Street a go.
Not only is it free on both platforms, but there is also some promotional stuff Microsoft decided to throw in for those who download and play it.
If you play the game between now and June 5, you’ll get to unlock a ‘unique’ Ford GT. They say unique, but I don’t know how unique is it going to be if everyone can just get the car like that.
For those that download the game off Samsung’s native Galaxy Store, they’ll get a 2015 Ford Mustang GT with a custom Galaxy-themed paint. If you’re using any of the Samsung Galaxy S20 models, you’ll get a 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 instead.
The game also links to Xbox Live, so achievements and progress can be synced across iOS, Android, and Windows 10 platforms.