Just Dance 2014 confirmed

[UPDATE] Ubisoft confirms new dancing game coming to "all platforms" beginning in October 2013.

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[UPDATE] Ubisoft announced today during its 2013 E3 briefing that Just Dance 2014 is coming to "all platforms" beginning in October 2013. The game features music from Psy, One Direction, and Nicki Minaj.

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A product page for "Just Dance 2014" has emerged on Xbox.com ahead of Ubisoft's 2013 Electronic Entertainment Expo briefing later today.

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The page has since been taken down, but not before a NeoGAF forum member was able to capture information and screenshots.

"The latest opus of the Just Dance franchise will make you dance even more and will be once again the ultimate casual rendezvous of the year. This new opus will be even more social as you will be able to connect and dance with players from all over the world and share a unique dancing experience with them," reads a line from the game's description.

Just Dance 2014 is said to include "iconic" pop culture references, as well as new modes. A tracklist was not provided, though one image shows the Ghostbusters, suggesting the familiar song from the movie series may be featured in the game.

Ubisoft's 2013 Electronic Entertainment Expo briefing takes place today at 3 p.m. PDT. GameSpot will be on hand at the event.

Ubisoft senior vice president of sales and marketing Tony Key said last year that Just Dance has surpassed Guitar Hero to become the "greatest party game ever made." At the time, he also said he believes the franchise will exist longer than Guitar Hero because it focuses on current music and not classic tunes, like Guitar Hero.

The most recent entry in the Just Dance series was last year's Just Dance 4, which has shipped 8 million units thus far. The entire series has sold over 25 million copies to date.

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