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Let’s Sing 2018 heading to Switch and Wii

Posted on August 18, 2017 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch, Wii

Let’s Sing 2018 was announced today, and the game is heading to two generations of Nintendo platforms. It’ll be available on October 20 for Wii, and this Christmas on Switch. Ravenscourt and Voxler says Let’s Sing 2018 will be Switch’s first karaoke game.

Let’s Sing 2018 features 30 international smash hits, including “Hymn For The Weekend” from Coldplay, “Faded” from Alan Walker, “I Hate U” from Gnash ft. Olivia O’Brien, and “Rockabye” from Clean Bandit ft. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie. Other chart toppers from the likes of Lukas Graham with “7 Years”, Calvin Harris with “My Way”, The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey with “Closer” and more will be added as well.

On Switch, multiplayer will support two players. Strangely, up to four people can participate on Wii.

A Let’s Sing Microphone app will also be offered for iOS and Android users. The app will allow singers “to easily and quickly jump into the game.”

Here’s a rundown of Switch features:

• First Karaoke game for the Switch
• Tracklist with 30 International top chart hits
• Modern in-game look and feel tailored for the main target group paired with state-of-the-art technology
• Additional rewarding gameplay elements like collecting avatars and unlocking music certification records from bronze up to diamond
• Four challenging and diverse game modes – including the complete new “Mix Tape” mode

And Wii:

• New tracklist with 30 International top chart hits
• Updated in-game visuals paired with state-of-the-art voice recognition technology
• Five challenging game modes for solo sessions or up to four simultaneous players
• Local leaderboards to compare high scores with friends

Source: Ravenscourt PR

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  • sremick

    Don’t say “Wii” when you mean “Wii U”. Very misleading.

    • Tiffany Sears

      It is the Wii, not the Wii U. That’s what is so notable.

      • sremick

        The article has been edited by NE since I posted. Originally it said in the features bullets: “And Wii U:” which implied the earlier mentions of “Wii” meant “Wii U” which would’ve made a lot more sense than a game being released at all on the Wii, let alone on the Wii but not Wii U.

        • Bojan Babic

          Isn’t Just Dance 2017 on Wii? The Wii is still selling this kind of games today

    • JasonBall

      They mean Wii

    • Gregory Weagle

      It is for Wii; but is compatible on Wii U in Wii Mode. Wii Mode has been a thing on Wii U for years.

  • Lance Devon

    Let’s all gather and point out it didn’t get Wii U support.

    • Gregory Weagle

      I just love how one of the songs is called “I Hate U’. That’s just cold.

  • Stuart

    No Wii U support? #Triggered #Boycott #NoWonderOneOfTheSongsItsCalled”IHateU”

  • AquaBat

    I don’t get why people don’t comprehend the concept of a super cheap port of a dedicated family game for an old system with a ridiculously large install base, particularly among families.
    I mean, yeah, it’s a little awkward to hear about this console in the current year, but remember that this is one of the most popular consoles EVER we’re talking about.

    • Kristelgsmith

      up to I looked at the bank draft of $5733 , I accept …that…my cousin was like realey bringing home money part-time on their apple laptop. . there dads buddy has been doing this 4 only sixteen months and recently cleard the dept on their appartment and bought a top of the range Land Rover Range Rover . ➤check ➤this

  • Adrian Brown

    So the old good Wii is getting a game 11 years after it’s release. I find releases like that kind of interesting, like when the PS2 got Fifa 13 in 2012.

  • Tlink7

    Despite the game being perfect for the Wii audience, it is still amazing the console is getting new releases even now xD