Twitch has represented a new, free-to-play karaoke game titled Twitch Sings. Harmonix and Twitch combined together to create the game, which was first announced last year.
Twitch Sings is going live with about 2,000 songs and will get new ones in future. The game will connected straight to players’ Twitch accounts, allowing them stream the game with no additional software or extra equipment.
Twitch Sings is inspired by the all these IRL streams that are often appear on the site, showing people painting, crafting, singing, etc.
The game will have a duet option as well, using asynchronous multiplayer. So users will sing their parts separately by their own, then upload them and combine into a clip.
The more you sing, the more XP and coins you get, which will help you to level up your profile and to buy new in-game items for your avatar. According to the Twitch Sings FAQ, the game is free for now but Twitch might add some to buy items or other microtransactions into the game in future.
Harmonix, who participated in making Twitch Sings, has a huge experience in developing music and rhythm games, a couple of them are popular Rock Band and Dance Central games.
Twitch Sings is now can be downloaded on PC.