is a dance video game developed and published by Ubisoft. Just Dance is back with over 40 new tracks, 6 games modes, and ever more songs through Just Dance Unlimited subscription service!
As in previous installments, players must mimic the routine of an on-screen dancer to a chosen song, scoring points based on their accuracy. For input, the game supports either the respective motion controller system for a particular console platform, or a smartphone with the game's companion mobile app. A new "Just Dance Machine" mode will be added on current-generation console and PC versions, where players must perform various styles of dances to "help your alien captors return home".
Ubisoft confirmed that the Dance Quests, Sweat (workout and playlist modes), Just Dance TV, and World Dance Floor features would be retained on 2017, as well as the Just Dance Unlimited subscription service for versions of the game on current-generation consoles and PC, with additional content and playlist features. The game's companion app will also be updated to become "a hub for players' activities", with photo editing features and Just Dance TV content alongside the app's main purpose as a motion sensor.
- From the hottest hits to family favorites, dance to over 40 new tracks including Lean On by Major Lazer Ft. MØ & DJ Snake, Sorry by Justin Bieber, Cheap Thrills by Sia Ft. Sean Paul and many more!
- Just Dance Controller app acts as your tracking device and scores your moves! Watch videos on-the-go from Just Dance TV, including dance lessons!
- Dance to +200 tracks with Just Dance Unlimited, the on-demand streaming subscription service, and access exclusive new content all year long!
- Enjoy 6 game modes including the new frantic “Just Dance Machine”, customize your workouts with “Sweat + Playlists", or try and beat the game with “Dance Quest”!
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