A video game based on the reality TV show, The Voice, is being developed by Voxler in cooperation with publisher Bigben.

The game will be developed under the official license of the show, collaborating with ITV. It will be available at the end of 2016 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Wii U.

“We are very happy to be working with Bigben on this ambitious project, and we will bring all of our experience and passion to bear to reproduce the experience of The Voice in a video game as faithfully as possible,” Nicolas Delorme, CEO of Voxler, said.

“In The Voice video game, players will rediscover the show’s unique atmosphere as enjoyed by millions of viewers per broadcast: The Blind Auditions, The Battles, The Live Show and the famous red chairs,” Bigben announced on their site.

“The Voice will include all your favorite hits and their official music videos to bring the show to an explosive level of fun. Grab your mic and become The Voice!

With over 10 years of experience in the development of karaoke video games, Voxler is the studio of choice for adapting such a prestigious licence. Their patented voice recognition system judges the quality of player performances with unequalled precision, for both the accuracy of the notes and the rhythm.”

In other news related to musical games, Ubisoft recently announced Just Sing, a karaoke-style game that supports smartphones.