Forza Street Closes Servers as Devs Move to "New Experiences"

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Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios will be closing down Forza Street servers sometime during spring 2022, the developers announced on the official Forza Motorsport FAQ. The game will be unplayable after that point, but Turn 10 is currently running events to help players enjoy all of the game's content.

These include:

  • A new unreleased car
  • Rare & Epic Spotlights
  • Faster Energy Recharge and reduced wait times on car shows
  • Reduced prices on most items purchased with in-game currency

The game's In-App Purchase stores have also shut down as of January 10. All that's left in the server is for players to enjoy the content and get as much as achievements while they can.

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Forza Street Closes Servers as Devs Move to "New Experiences"


As the servers are closing down, the game's developers, Turn 10 Studios, will now be "focused on building new experiences," though they've yet to announce what those experiences might be.

Forza Street was the only mobile game in the Forza franchise. It lasted nearly four years, though with the servers going offline, it seems unlikely we'll see any new Forza mobile games coming forward to replace it.

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