Forza Street, The Free Forza Spin-Off Game, Is Out Now

You can also get some free goodies for playing Forza Street before June 5.

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The spin-off Forza game Forza Street has officially launched on Android and iOS devices, Microsoft and franchise developer Turn 10 Studios announced. You can download it for free right now.

Those who play the game before June 5 will receive the 2017 Ford GT, as well as additional in-game credits and gold to buy cars and upgrade parts. Players on Samsung Galaxy phones will get two rewards: The 2015 Ford Mustang GT with a custom Galaxy-themed paint and the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 with a Custom Galaxy paint job, plus in-game credits and gold. The latter is only gifted to those on Galaxy S20 devices.

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Forza Street also has Xbox Live integration. You can log in to your Xbox Live account to unlock Achievements and transfer your progress to any other mobile device you may be carrying.

Turn 10 design director Andy Beaudoin said Forza Street features "quick, under-a-minute races where you compete to unlock new cars and upgrade parts to grow your car collection." He also said the game was designed as an "evolving experience" that comes packaged with a narrative-driven campaign, weekly Spotlight events, themed Limited-Time modes, and weekly Rivals events.

The last mainline entry in the critically acclaimed Forza franchise was 2017's Forza Motorsport 7. The open-world spin-off, Forza Horizon, had its most recent entry in the form of 2018's Forza Horizon 4. The game made our updated Best Xbox One Games list.

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