It would not be a Ubisoft conference if they did not start with a…vibrant intro for Just Dance. The long- running franchise will be returning this October with Just Dance 2017. The game will be available on all platforms, including PC and Nintendo’s newest console, NX, which is scheduled to release in March 2017.
The Ubisoft conference kicked off with dancing giraffes and pandas jamming out to Queen’s iconic song “Don’t Stop Me Now.” The game will feature over two-hundred tracks, which include popular songs such as “Sorry” by Justin Bieber and “Worth It”by Fifth Harmony, including many others. Two features returning to the game are Just Dance Unlimited, which has over two-hundred songs, and the Sweat & Playlists.
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