Get into the groove to the tune of today's hottest tracks. Ubisoft's Just Dance 2017 releases on October 25. It comes with some of the most popular songs from Justin Bieber, Maroon 5, Ariana Grande and more. Now, here's the latest about Just Dance 2017 update and song list.
Ubisoft recently announced all of the songs in Just Dance 2017, the eight in the series. The lineup offers a unique mix of titles, and it has a huge variety of genres and songs from different eras. The game developer also said this is the most diverse track list in a Just Dance game.
The 40-plus songs lineup features The Weeknd's "Can't Feel My Face", Latino Sunset's "Carnaval Boom" and Justin Bieber's "Sorry". In addition, Maroon 5's recently released single "Don't Wanna Know" is included in the lineup. The full list of songs is published in GameSpot.
Interestingly, players can get more songs by enrolling to "Just Dance Unlimited" service. Membership only costs $5 per month, and it comes with plenty of freebies. The subscription service expands the song library with over 200 new tracks. Those who purchase the standard version of Just Dance 2017 on PS4, Xbox One, Wii U, or PC will receive free three-month membership to Just Dance Unlimited.
The new dance game offers 6 game modes including the new upbeat "Just Dance Machine", "Sweat + Playlists", and the popular "Dance Quest". The game is also more fun and easier to play, thanks to the new Just Dance Controller App, which allows dancers to use their smartphone as a tracking device.
Meanwhile, a review from Destructoid said the last year's Just Dance has buggy phone tracking feature. Despite the fact that it allows players to dance without using a Kinect, it is less reliable and not fast enough to follow player's movement.
In the new Just Dance 2017, we expect the game's tracking feature is faster and has more interface options for players.
As we mentioned earlier, Just Dance 2017 launches on Oct. 25 for PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, and Wii. It releases on PC on Oct. 27.
Just Dance is a hit dance game franchise that sold more than 60 million copies around the world. Its first game debuted in 2009.