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Sony has announced that it will shut down SingStar’s online SingStore servers in January.
“All online functionality, network features, and digital music downloads will be immediately disabled,” the company said on its website.
This means that users will no longer have access to new music in the game, and will have to enjoy SingStar using previously downloaded tracks saved to their console hard drives.
“You will not be able to share recorded media at the end of a performance on any of the available public sharing platforms,” the company further noted.
SingStar fans, however, will still be able to track their high scores, create playlists and record themselves in the game.
“PS4 users only will also be able to re-download previously downloaded and deleted songs,” Sony explained.
The SingStore will officially shut down on 31 January 2020. Until then, users can still download their favourite songs for future sing-alongs.
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