Ravenscourt and Voxler have announced Let's Sing 2021 for consoles, including the Xbox One family of devices. The karaoke game will be out later this year, just in time for any holiday celebrations. \n \nThe newest version of Let's Sing will contain some of the most popular songs from the Billboard charts. There are 30 international hits plus original music videos. Players can either sing solo or with four players. There are multiple game modes and features for the 2021 version of the game. \n \nSome of the songs include “Bad Guy” by Billie Eilish, “Dance Monkey” by TONES AND I, “Sucker” by Jonas Brothers, "High Hopes” by Panic! at the Disco, “Thank U, Next” by Ariana Grande, “I Can’t Dance” by Genesis, and “Kiss From A Rose” by Seal. There's a mix of moder and classic titles for every singer. \n \n"Singing Analysis" is now part of the game. This feature will give players feedback on their singing. If a player performs well, they will receive medals and other awards for their hard work. \n \n \n \nLet's Sing 2021 contains seven modes, which include Legend Mode, Classic, Mixtape 2.0, Feat., Jukebox, World Contest, Let’s Party. Legend Mode is the long-term solo experience that has a sense of progression. Avatars now have more personality and will become the player's "antagonists" as they progress through the game. \n \nThe other modes are perfect for family and friends to enjoy. The Let's Party mode, in particular, lets eight players consisting of two teams compete in randomly chosen game modes. \n \nThere is an additional mode for those who want to compete on a global scale. World Contest places singers on a leaderboard. Players can choose their competitor of choice and try to out-sing others online. The game displays the performance in a way that players are singing together. \n \nFor PlayStation 4 owners, they can choose between two USB-mics and headsets or use their smartphones. Xbox One and Nintendo Switch players can use smartphones, USB-Mics or a headset. For mobile devices, the game has a Let's Sing Microphone App. Players won't have to worry about buying additional microphones or headsets if someone drops by for a surprise singing session. \n \nLet's Sing 2021 launches on November 13 for PlayStation 4, the Xbox One family of devices, and the Nintendo Switch.