Just Dance 2016 Announced by Ubisoft at E3 2015
New Just Dance game will no longer require a console camera.
Ubisoft announced a new entry to its flagship dancing series titled Just Dance 2016 today. The game was revealed during the company's E3 conference accompanied by a live performance by Jason Derulo.
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The game will be released in October 2016 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. The game will not require a console camera, being compatible with smart phones. Ubisoft also unveiled Just Dance Unlimited, a subscription streaming service which will bring "new songs all year long" to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Wii U consoles.
The following features will also be introduced:
- Dance Quests Mode: Players can unlock dance quests for a chance to "beat the game" for the first time ever. In each quest, players will play a series of three songs for a chance to advance to the next set of dance quest challenges.
- Dance Party Mode: In the Dance Party mode, players can dance along with their friends and family in the classic rival mode or dance together to get the highest collective score as a group in the first ever co-op mode.
- World Video Challenge: The all-new World Video Challenge allows players to send videos of their performances to challenge friends from all around the world and dance to their scores as if they were in the same room!
For more on what went down at Ubisoft's conference at E3 2015, check out our round-up.
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