Just Dance 2018 releasing on Nintendo Switch, Wii U, and Wii in October

Another year, another Just Dance game from Ubisoft! As usual, the company revealed the latest entry (logically called Just Dance 2018) during its annual E3 conference. It will be released on October 24th in North America, and October 26th in Europe.

This 2018 edition of the game will offer more than 40 new songs, with over 300 more available through the Just Dance Unlimited service (only on Wii U and Nintendo Switch).

Here’s the first set of tracks revealed:

  • Rockabye – Clean Bandit Ft. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie
  • 24K Magic – Bruno Mars
  • Side To Side – Ariana Grande Ft. Nicki Minaj
  • Chantaje – Shakira Ft. Maluma
  • Naughty Girl – Beyoncé
  • The Way I Are (Dance With Somebody) – Bebe Rexha Ft. Lil Wayne
  • Automaton – Jamiroquai
  • Bubble Pop! – HyunA
  • Love Ward – Hatsune Miku
  • Make it Jingle – Big Freedia
  • Daddy Cool – Groove Century
  • …and many more!

On Nintendo Switch, up to 6 players can play at the same time, using a Joy-Con or the Just Dance controller app. What’s more, the game will make use of HD Rumble, with Double Rumble choregraphies. There’s also a brand new interface, which makes browsing the game extremely easy.

Ubisoft also confirmed the return of World Dance Floor (with even more co-op or VS challenges), the Kids section (with 8 new choregraphies), and more. As for the Just Dance Unlimited streaming services, it’s going to get regular content updates throughout the year, and will have 300 songs at launch. Just like the past couple of years, all copies of the game (on Wii U and Nintendo Switch) come with a 3-month trial.

Finally, here’s the debut trailer for Just Dance 2017:

Just Dance 2018 (Switch, Wii U, Wii) comes out on October 24th in North America, and October 26th in Europe.



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