Users to pay for audio input device and songs

SingStar goes free-to-play

The next game in the SingStar series launches this week – and it’s free.

The SingStar client will be available to download to the PS3 Cross Media Bar at no cost, consumers will just need to fork out for an ‘audio-input device’ and the songs.

Short demo versions of songs will be available for new customers to try out. And any current SingStar owner can use their song library. All songs can be downloaded via the SingStore, which boasts over 3,000 tracks.

The offer is currently limited to the European markets.

The PlayStation Eye – as well as the SingStar microphones – can be used for the game.

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