Forza Street, the mobile-centric spinoff to the Forza series, is officially shutting down this Spring. The title initially released in 2018 on PC, before expanding to iOS and Android devices in 2020.
The Forza Motorsport support page details the closure, and what players can expect in the run up to the game's final hour. Forza Street's last update dropped Monday, January 10th, and it featured an unreleased car, changes to car show wait times, reduced prices on items bought with in-game currency, faster energy recharge and increased energy storage. Oh, and the update set up a "12 weeks of spotlight" event, starting January 17th.
The reason behind the closure of Forza Street isn't really clear. Here's the official line though, via the support post.
We’re proud and grateful for the community of players we were able to build with Forza Street, and we want to use what we learned on building new and exciting Forza products.
That could mean more Forza on mobile, but it seems unlikely. Given the astronomical success of the series on console and PC, pointing mobile players towards the Xbox Cloud Gaming version is probably a good bet.
Did you put time into Forza Street on PC or mobile? Let us know below.
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