If you're lucky enough to have been born with even a sliver of social confidence, you'll be pleased to know that Let's Sing 2021 has been announced for Switch, ready to provide all the karaoke-based fun you could ever need later this year.

This latest rendition of the franchise from Ravenscourt and Voxler features 30 songs in total, combining modern hits like Billie Eilish's Bad Guy and Jonas Brothers' Sucker with blasts from the past like Genesis' I Can't Dance and Seal's Kiss From A Rose. Other tracks include Thank U, Next from singer and self-professed Eevee fan Ariana Grande, and Tones And I's Dance Monkey.

Just like other games in the series, such as the recently announced Let's Sing Queen, you can either play Let's Sing 2021 using a USB microphone or by simply using your smartphone with the Let's Sing Microphone app installed. Here's a feature list to tell you a little more:

Strong playlist with 30 international hits and original music videos
- Singing Analysis has now been included giving the player a sense of reward in a meaningful and personalized manner. Not only will you get the medals, but now the game will give you some well-deserved feedback
- Sing solo or up to four players
- The new Legend game mode with 16 challengers, 3 basic challenges and a final battle against each antagonist. This mode serves as a progression incentive for players.
- Nintendo Switch: Choose between a maximum of 4 Smartphones, 2 USB-Mics and 1 headset
- Seven exciting game modes: Legend Mode, Classic, Mixtape 2.0, Feat., Jukebox, World Contest, Let’s Party
- New minigame in Let’s Party called “Pop Chicken.” Pop Chicken gives players a unique and unpredictable experience. While battling it out players can now sing for mystery boxes which can be used to get an advantage over your competition.
- No mic at hand? It doesn't matter - with the Let's Sing Microphone-App, you can turn your smartphone into a microphone in no time at all
- Climb the online leaderboard and get more song packs in the online store like ‘Best of 90’s’, ‘Party Classics’ and more

The game will launch on Switch and other current-gen platforms on 13th November. If you want to get more of a feel for the series to see if it might be for you, feel free to check out our review of last year's entry, Let's Sing 2020.