The game takes the standard Forza formula of collecting, customizing, and racing cars and redesigns it for mobile, which means it has a fair amount of micotransactions and other ways to spend money if you’re into that.
If you install Forza Street on either of the mobile platforms mentioned above before June 5, 2020, you get the 2017 Ford GT as well as in-game credits and gold to help you with the adventure of unlocking more cars.
This is a limited-time offer that runs for one full month, so make sure you at least install the game to claim the free Ford GT.
At the same time, if you’re playing Forza Street on a Samsung phone and install it from the Samsung Galaxy Store, you also get the 2015 Ford Mustang GT with a custom Galaxy skin. And what’s more, those who own a Galaxy S20 receive the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 with a custom Galaxy wrap, as well as in-game credits and gold.
Like other mobile racing games, Forza Street comes with the typical campaign, but other events are also offered, such as weekly Spotlight Events and limited-time Themed Events. All of these are supposed to give you bigger chances of unlocking more cars as you win more races.
“For players looking for an additional challenge, weekly Rivals events let them take their collections against other players in the community in leaderboard based asynchronous challenges,” Microsoft explains.
Unsurprisingly, Forza Street comes with built-in Xbox Live support, which means that you’ll be able to have your achievements synced across devices.
At the same time, the Xbox Live support means you can continue playing from where you left off on another devices, as long as the same account is used, as the game currently supports Windows, iOS, and Android devices (on Windows 10, the game can be found in the Microsoft Store).