|5 November 2019||Playstation 4
|Ubisoft Paris||Ubisoft||Go to|
Just Dance is turning 10 this year, and it’s celebrating with the announcement of Just Dance 2020.
Truly, there’s no better way to celebrate anything (birthdays, graduations, zoo openings) than to dance, and that’s why Just Dance 2020 comes backed with 40 new songs from a variety of artists you love and some you may not know about, but may come to love through the power of dance. The first songs revealed so far:
If that’s not enough to get your toes tapping, consider that Just Dance 2020 not only comes with a host of classic modes (including Sweat Mode and Kids Mode), but it also features the return of Co-Op mode, enabling you and a fellow dancer to combine forces and run up those scores. “But, wait,” you might be saying. “I bet there’s even more.” There is more. A lot more.
How about a digital collection of iconic stickers reflecting a decade of Just Dance? Got ‘em.
How about an enhanced recommendation system that not only shows you more of the music you love, but also gives you the ability to build your own playlists and customize Just Dance parties? Oh, you better believe that’s in there.
What about being able to play the game through the Just Dance Controller App like I did before I broke my phone? Boy howdy, that’s a feature in Just Dance 2020, too!
What about Just Dance Unlimited, the on-demand subscription service that includes more than 500 songs? Believe it.