Sing Your Heart Out With Let’s Sing 2022, Arriving in November
Ravenscourt and Voxler are happy to announce that the latest entry in their critically acclaimed karaoke series, Let’s Sing 2022, will release in November.
Let’s Sing 2022 will be the first of its kind to release on next-gen consoles. People who own a PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S or Nintendo Switch can all belt their heart out on the 23rd of November. You can check out the teaser trailer here.
The game will have eight thrilling game modes to play solo or with your friends; Legend, Classic, Mix Tape 2.0, Jukebox, Playlist Creator, Feat., World Contest and Let’s Party. Legend is the perfect mode for those who want to play solo. Players will take on 16 challengers, 3 basic challenges and a final showdown against each antagonist to reach the top of the charts.
Classic mode offers the original karaoke experience where you sing your heart out and try to beat the high score. Mix Tape 2.0 allows you to create your very own mixtape, and Jukebox plays through a list of songs. Feat. attempts to find who you are most compatible with; the higher the score, the higher the compatibility. World Contest forces the player to take on the world and climb to the top of the leaderboards. Finally, Let’s Party features 8 players split into two teams with randomly chosen game modes.
What Songs are in Let’s Sing 2022?
Let’s Sing 2022 will feature plenty of current hits alongside some classics. Here is the shortlist of the songs that have already been confirmed:
Lady Gaga – Stupid Love
Shawn Mendes & Justin Bieber – Monster
Ariana Grande – Positions
Jason Derulo & Jawsh 685 – Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat)
Billie Eilish – everything I wanted
Backstreet Boys – Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)
The White Stripes – Seven Nation Army
The full game will feature a tracklist of 30 songs, so there will be something for everyone. If you are interested in accessing more songs, they will be purchasable in the online store.
Players will have to option to use either their smartphone (Up to 4 players) or plug in 2 USB mics and 2 headsets. SingStar-Mics will be available for those on PlayStation 4. Unfortunately, they aren’t compatible with PlayStation 5.