Forza Street: Microsoft’s Mobile Racing Closes In Spring, Live The Latest Update

Microsoft announced that Forza Street will officially close its doors during the spring of this year. The mobile racing game was originally released in 2018 under the name Miami Street, before being re-released as a spin-off of the Forza Motorsport automotive series.

Just under two years after its debut on iOS and Android devices (the title is also available on Windows PC), Forza Street servers will be closed by the Redmond giant. Before going farewell, however, developers thought of publishing a last big update that goes to change the game balance and give some content to users.

Among the changes made with the update already available for all we have:

All in-game micro-transactions have been deactivated and all purchases made in the last 30 days will be refunded to players;

All items purchased through the game currency have been hugely discounted;

Energy charging rates and energy accumulation have been significantly increased;

The waiting times for Car Shows have been reduced;

A new car has been added;

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Remember that Forza Street is available for free on PC, iOS and Android, being a free-to-play game. Obviously the racing game has not been able to conquer its market share within the mobile sector, and Microsoft has decided to stop its support here. For all the details of the case, we refer you to our Review of Force Street.

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