During TwitchCon today, both Harmonix and Twitch revealed a brand new interactive karaoke service called Twitch Sings. The concept itself is pretty simplistic as the streamer will be able to basically do live karaoke on their feed with the lyrics and generic muzak versions of songs playing underneath, while the chat room will be challenging them to do specific songs by choosing from the library. The chat room will also be given some limited options to judge and reward your performance.
According to live reports from the event, Twitch Sings seems to be using the same vocal tech the Rock Band series uses to pick up voices in both pitch and tempo to determine if the person singing is even doing that great of a job. The library is said to currently house several hundred songs from various genres. No official launch date was given at the time for when we’d see the new extension game added to people’s streams.
- Twitch Speedrunner mmDust Sparks Online Anger from TwitchCon Comment
- Twitch Addresses the Long Lines at This Year's TwitchCon
- Amazon Launches New GameOn Tournament Organizer Twitch Extension
- Twitch Announces Four New Celebrity Twitch Talks This Weekend
- SEGA Announces Their TwitchCon 2018 Lineup
- Pearl Abyss to Debut Archer Class for Black Desert Online at TwitchCon
- Hunt: Showdown Will Reveal New Content at TwitchCon
- The Latest Black Ops 4 Patch Adds Nuketown to All Platforms - November 20, 2018
- THANKS-GIVEAWAY: PC Copies of Overwatch Legendary Edition - November 20, 2018
- Egosoft Announces X4: Foundations Coming to Steam Next Week - November 20, 2018
- Epic Games Will Host a Million Dollar Fortnite Winter Royale Tournament - November 20, 2018
- Valve is Putting an End to Steam Link Hardware - November 20, 2018