The game has been developed by Brighton, UK-based studio Electric Square, in partnership with series creator Turn 10 Studios.
Forza Street design director Andy Beaudoin said the title, which is supported by microtransactions, has been designed “for racing on the go with streamlined controls that focus on timing of gas, brake, and boost as the keys to victory”.
“Whether players want to squeeze in a quick one-minute race or get immersed in a story campaign, every race is a chance to earn a performance icon from an ever-growing list of incredible cars, turning your garage into a trophy case,” he added.
Electric Square also said in a post on its website that it’ll “continue the development and live-operations of Forza Street in the months ahead through continued feature and content iterations”.
These are the title’s key features, according to Microsoft:
- Collect and upgrade iconic cars: Race to collect legendary cars – from classic muscle to modern sports and retro supercars – turning your garage into a trophy case.
- True cinematic racing: Streamlined controls lets you focus on timing your gas, brake, and boost as action cameras chase the adrenaline up close.
- Race on your terms: Squeeze in a quick one-minute race or get immersed in an epic story with multiple paths to victory. This is a race for anytime, anywhere.