Developer Ravenscourt has today announced that the latest addition in their karaoke series, Let's Sing 2023, will be coming back to Switch. The first teaser trailer can be found above, and while it provides no release date just yet, it does tease some of the artists and 30 songs that you will be able to find on the game.
Listing off some classic karaoke artists such as Avril Lavigne ("Complicated", of course), Ed Sheeran ("Bad Habits"), and Jason Derulo ("Acapulco") alongside modern-day pop royalty including Billie Eilish ("Happier Than Ever") and Lil Nas X (Old Town Road), the playlist is sure to have us reaching for the high notes — we've got form when it comes to Lavigne. “Your Song” by Rita Ora and Charlie Puth's “How Long?” will also feature.
The previous games in the series have provided a blend of contemporary music with classics, so we can expect to see a whole different era represented in the 'many more' promise at the end of the trailer's teased artists. We've got our hands up for some Ottawan over here.
Tweeting the trailer earlier today, Let's Sing announced that the game will have a stand at Gamescom, where we can presumably expect information on more artists and potentially a release date. Going by the release of the game's two predecessors, we imagine a release at some point in November.
For full information on what to expect at this year's Gamescom, check out our in-depth Gamescom guide. Interested to hear what we thought about Let's Sing 2022? Take a look at our review below:
What song are you hoping to take on in Let's Sing 2023? Belt it out in the comments!