Microsoft Studios Has A New Street Racing Game In The Works That Isn’t Forza

Article By 
Alan Walsh
May 25, 2018

Microsoft Studios Has A New Street Racing Game In The Works That Isn’t Forza

Article By 
Alan Walsh
May 25, 2018

Microsoft Studios will release a new free-to-play racing game on Windows 10 devices that isn’t a Forza title. Miami Street, as it’s called, is being developed by the team at Electric Square – a developer located in the UK that’s owned by Studio Gobo.

Miami Street is being pitched as “a new kind of racing game,” which has been built for a broad audience who like a pick-up-and-play experience. The title has been soft-launched in “limited regions” for testing purposes and to gather player feedback.

Think of Miami Street as Microsoft’s answer to the popular CSR and Asphalt titles on mobile. Players are invited to race in the street racing scene to build up the car collection of their dreams. By entering events and challenging who you wish to race, you’ll be able to enjoy the game’s “ever-growing line-up of incredible cars.” Electric Square is developing Miami Street as a racing game for anyone who loves cars, and it’s being purpose-built to be played at anytime, anywhere.

Miami Street features quick point-to-point races through a cityscape environment full of neon lights, and players will have the choice to race as they desire with the game's tailored event structure. The harder the path you choose, the more you’ll earn from race events. These races can be less than a minute, or you can enjoy a series of race events for hours. Electric Square says the title has been “built from the ground up to fit with your schedule.”

Miami Street will also be updated regularly with fresh content, both before its official release as the team launch the title in more countries, and after its worldwide debut. Licensed cars are also present in Miami Street and include vehicles from the likes of Porsche, Lamborghini, Chevrolet, and other manufacturers.

Electric Square announced Miami Street themselves over on their official Facebook page earlier in the week. It has yet to be publicly acknowledged by Microsoft Studios, but the team has shared official screenshots and details over on the Microsoft Store listing for the game.

Alan Walsh

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