Just Dance 2017 Coming to all Consoles, PC and Nintendo NX

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It’s been a while since we’ve gotten a Just Dance title, and Ubisoft kicked off their E3 presser with the announcement of Just Dance 2017. Of course, it began with the classic Queen song “Don’t Stop Me Now” featuring dancers dressed in ridiculous outfits dancing on and around the stage. Such dancers include the panda outfit, a lightning bolt, and a guy with a giant electric guitar shaped like a butterfly.

The first tracks revealed at E3 include:

  • “Sorry” – Justin Bieber
  • “DADDY” – Psy Ft. CL of 2NE1
  • “Cheap Thrills” – Sia Ft. Sean Paul
  • “Lean On” – Major Lazer Ft. MØ & DJ Snake
  • “Worth It” – Fifth Harmony Ft. Kid Ink
  • “Don’t Stop Me Now” – Queen
  • “PoPiPo” – Hatsune Miku
  • “Radical” – Dyro & Dannic
  • “El Tiki” – Maluma
  • “September” – Equinox Stars
  • “What Is Love” – Ultraclub 90

Six game modes will be available for players including the all new Just Dance Machine, exclusive to current-gen consoles and PC, a fun and frantic dance experience that will have players testing their skills through a variety of dance types including flamenco, ballet and the cancan. Fan-favorite Sweat + Playlists mode, which helps players customize workouts with their favorite tracks is back, along with classic modes including Just Dance Quest and Just Dance TV, the in-game video channel. The World Dance Floor is also back to the game.

“Our goal has always been to make the entire world dance. With 60 million copies sold to date, more than 118 million dancers worldwide, and Just Dance 2017 on the way, we’re closer than ever to achieving that goal,” said Marine de La Seiglière, Executive Producer. “We’re proud of finding ways of adapting the Just Dance experience to fit the devices our players already own and the ways that they naturally consume content today, whether it’s on their phones or through on-demand services.”

Once that whole thing concluded, announced was that Just Dance 2017 will come to all video game platforms later this year. It’ll come to the Nintendo NX next year.