PEGI, the European ratings board, has spilled the beans on what would have been a surprise for Singstar and Disney fans alike--Singstar Frozen.

According to Joystiq, Sony did confirm the PEGI rating, though very few other details about the game are available at the moment. Singstar Frozen will be coming to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, though its release in all regions will depend on licensing issues in those areas. "We are very excited to be bringing the phenomenally popular songs from Disney's Frozen to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 with the launch of Singstar Frozen," Sony told Joystiq in a statement.

While a full track listing and more details are likely coming (perhaps this weekend at PlayStation Experience?), you can almost bet your entire fortune that smash hit 'Let it Go' will be among the songs available in the karaoke title. Other (almost) sure best would likely include 'Do You Want to Build a Snowman?' and 'Love is an Open Door'. Whether or not the less popular Demi Lovato version of 'Let it Go' will be part of the package remains to be seen, but everything 'Frozen' seems to be a can't miss for Disney, so even that might not be out of the question.

While there have been Singstar games based on eras of popular music and iconic bands, this is the first time an entry will be released that's solely based on the selections from one film or album. More on Singstar Frozen should be available in the coming weeks.

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