Update: Harmonix confirmed Dance Central: Spotlight during Microsoft's E3 press conference this morning. Spotlight will be a digital-only title released on the Xbox One this September.
Besides its name--Dance Central: Spotlight--the listing reveals very little about the game itself. The brief description makes it sound a lot like previous Dance Central games. When it's released, it'll carry a Teen rating due to some of the included songs' lyrics, which point to Jason Derulo's "Talk Dirty" and Chris Brown's "Show Me" as being among the tracks you can dance along to.
In an interview with GameSpot last month, Microsoft's Yusuf Mehdi referenced Dance Central in a way that suggested a new one might be in the works. Harmonix hadn't said anything about working on a new Dance Central, but even with the Kinect no longer being sold with all Xbox One systems as of today, the company has reaffirmed it won't abandon Kinect development.
Microsoft's E3 press conference kicks off in less than an hour, so we should know more about Dance Central: Spotlight very soon. You'll be able to watch the conference live right here on GameSpot and follow our liveblog beginning at 9:30 a.m. Pacific time.