Xbox and PC users have spent plenty of time tearing up the roads in the Forza Motorsport and Horizon games.
The franchise has finally driven onto the mobile roads in Forza Street, a one-on-one racer that looks and plays great. As you make your way through this unique mobile iteration of Forza racing, you’ll add all types of high-end rides to your digital garage. Those rides will come in handy as you attempt to speed past the competition in all sorts of speed limit breaking events. Staying ahead of your rivals, amassing all manner of useful collectibles and unlocking new higher-ranking rides are the main keys to success for anyone playing Forza Street. Allow us to aid you during your race to greatness with this essential tips and tricks guide.
Here are the top 5 tips, tricks, and cheats you need to know for Forza Street:
1. Repeated Taps Will Bring You Closer to Starting a Race in the Green Zone
• Before each race kicks off, you’ll have to push the speedometer to the limit in order to grant yourself an efficient start. Instead of holding onto the gas button during the initial race countdown, just keep tapping as much as you can to make sure the needle stays within the yellow or green area.
• Repeated taps make it a lot easier for you to land in the green speedometer area and end up with an immediate boost to start the race off in a good position. As long as you come off the starting line in the yellow area, you should be ahead of your rival or as close to them as possible.
2. Use Your Boost During These Three Specific Instances
• Filing your boost meter entails coming off of the starting race line in the yellow/green area and pulling off a great/perfect brake and gas maneuver. It also fills up over time as you normally race across the track. Whenever you have some boost to work with, you should only rely on it during three specific instances during a race.
• The first instance is when you’re behind your rival and need to speed up to or past them in an instant. The second instance is when you’re in the lead and far away from an upcoming turn – it’s always worth keeping the lead by any means necessary by boosting even farther ahead of your rival. The third and final instance is when you’re coming off of a turn – boosting as soon as you put your finger back on the gas button within the yellow section of a turn means you can push your ride to a solid position if you happen to pull off a less than stellar gas maneuver. You should activate your boost whenever you pull off a good gas maneuver as well.
3. Check Out the Eligible Cars for a Single Event Route Before You Take it On
• Every time you’re about to compete in a Story, Spotlight, and Upgrade racing event, check out the starting race for each path. By clicking on the icon for the first challenge on a path, you can see which of your unlocked vehicles is eligible for that competition.
• Once you’ve done that, head back out to your garage and upgrade those eligible rides if you have any Tuning Kits in your possession. It’s always worth upgrading the cars you’re about to race with before you attempt to clear a single event path. Competing with eligible cars with a higher PI rating than the cars you’re choosing to take on gives you a higher chance at activating the Auto Race option or having a clear advantage during a race you’re required to actively participate in. The Auto Race option becomes available when your current car’s PI rating has a numerical advantage of 20 or higher over its current rival.
4. Make Sure You Complete Every Route for an Event to Get the Most Rewards and Only Increase the PI DIfficulty When Your Ride is Up to Snuff
• Using the previous tip will help you possess all the eligible rides needed to clear every path for a single event. Getting a 100-percent rating for an event means you’ll walk away with all sorts of rewards, plus you’ll get your hands on more Challenge Cards depending on your accumulative Event Score. You should only attempt to compete at a higher PI level when your current car’s PI rating is significantly higher than the easy, normal, or hard difficulty PI rating.
• If your rival’s PI rating is just one or two levels above your own, then go ahead and attempt to take them on – your chances of winning this type of race isn’t as low as you’d think. The fourth and final PI difficulty level should only be attempted when you have a clear grasp of the game’s mechanics – your rival’s PI rating will always be significantly higher than your own in this instance. So pulling off a perfect race is the only way you’ll win these types of races and walk away with a ton of Challenge Cards when you complete several of them within a single event path.
5. Complete These Daily Tasks Before You Log Out for the Day
• Besides putting your energy towards completing Story, Spotlight, and Upgrade races every time you boot up Forza Street, there are a few tasks you should focus on completing on a daily basis. Simply logging in on a daily basis lets you claim a daily login reward. Be sure to buy up as many time-limited cars as possible so you acquire new rides and duplicates that can go towards improving your previously unlocked cars. You can also earn rewards based on a duplication bonus, by the way. Get your hands on a Daily Special card every day so you can unlock an even better car on a daily basis.
• Make sure you fulfill every challenge every day so you can walk away with plenty of extra gold and Premium Chips. And finally, be sure to use up all your eligible rides for open Rivals races before you log off. Before you find a rival, upgrade your eligible rides a bit before you start racing. Chances are your rival will have a higher PI rating than you at this time, so try to give yourself the extra edge needed to have even a slight chance of winning.