Over the last couple of months, rumours have been circling that Turn 10 had a mobile game in production, known as Forza Street. Those rumours did have some truth in them. There is a game called Forza Street in existence, but it isn't a new title. Instead, Miami Street, which was released on Windows 10 almost a year ago, has rebranded today and been welcomed into the Forza franchise.
At the same time as the name change, patch 23.0.6 has been released. The full patch notes can be seen below:
REFRESHED NARRATIVE Immerse yourself in a world of speed and intrigue with an updated storyline for Episodes 1, 2 and 3. Can you uncover the secrets of Forza Street?While the game is available now on Windows 10, it will soon be coming to iOS and Android too. If you're interested in playing the game on PC for now, you can download it for free from the panel below:
UPGRADE PARTS Car upgrade requirements are now easier to understand with the introduction of Upgrade Parts. Collect brakes, suspension, engines and more to push your cars to their limits.
CAR DELIVERY SEQUENCE Just earned a new car? See it in all its glory with the brand new car delivery sequence, showcasing your latest prize on the streets of Miami.
FASTER BOOT-UPS Get from your desktop and into the action faster than ever before with a range of boot-up time improvements.
NEW LANGUAGES ADDED Drivers can now experience Forza Street in the following languages: English, German, Spanish, Spanish (Latin America), French, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Turkish and Chinese.
CLASS CHANGE The 2008 BMW M3 was incorrectly listed as a Rare Sports car. It has now been corrected to a Rare Street car.
AUDIO POLISH Crank up the volume and enjoy the latest improvements to music and sound effects in Forza Street.
From the popular Xbox racing franchise, comes a new, race-on-the-go Forza experience.
We've got the full list of Forza Street achievements - check the list for guides to unlocking them.