Twitch Sings, the karaoke game from streaming Twitch.tv where streamers and their subscribers can sing songs together, will be discontinued on January 1. The Amazon subsidiary’s service was introduced less than two years ago
From December 1, the site will begin removing saved videos from Twitch Sings. That process was completed on 1 January. So, if you want to be sure that their footage is preserved, you need to back up everything before December 1st. From the wording from Twitch also seems to suggest that larger broadcasts that twitch segments are part of are also removed.
The game was developed by Harmonix, which in the past made Rock Band and its many variants, and was released in the second half of 2018. Singers were represented in the game by their webcam stream on a big screen in the virtual concert hall, or through a three-dimensional avatar on stage. In addition to duets, the game also has the option to request and it can be played on PC, iOS and Android.
Forethat the lights go out for Twitch Sings, gives the Amazon daughter according to Eurogamer still 400 new songs to play in the last four months.