Another year, another Just Dance. Just Dance 2016 will be available on all consoles, even including the Wii. In addition it will be making its debut on mobile devices with cameras. Those without Kinects or Playstation Eyes will be able to use their phones to play the game instead, opening up the dancing fun to even more people!
Jason Derulo was accompanied by dancing extras who took the stage as he sung a song in a questionable manner. As is tradition.
Just Dance Unlimited will be available to customers on next gen consoles for a subscription fee. The “dance on demand” service will bring 150 song at launch and new songs at a fast pace.
New-gen consoles will also be receiving new modes, like a quest mode that allows for a win condition to your dancing, and a world video challenge to record yourself, send it to your friends, and then die of embarrassment.
New tracks in the game include “William Tell – Overture” by Rossini, the aptly named “Gibberish” by MAX, and “All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor. I’m personally still holding out for a Dragonforce dance routine, but they are not included just yet.
Just Dance 2016 is named like a car, so it’s coming out on October 20th, 2015 on last-gen and new-gen hardware. Even the Nintendo Wii.
A list of available songs is also available via a video clip.