Just Dance 2021 Announced, Coming In November

You can shake your groove thing with 40 new tracks when the dance game launches in November.


Nintendo surprised-released a Nintendo Direct Mini today, with loads of new announcements. Among them was the first word of Just Dance 2021, the next entry in the popular casual dancing game. It's coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Stadia. Unlike Just Dance 2020 and many series titles before it, it won't be coming to Wii.

Just Dance 2021 will include 40 new tracks. The full list hasn't been released, but the announcement detailed 11 of the tracks, so there's only 29 left to go:

  • "Señorita" by Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello
  • "Dance Monkey" by Tones And I
  • "Que Tire Pa Lante" by Daddy Yankee
  • "Don’t Start Now" by Dua Lipa
  • "Temperature" by Sean Paul
  • "Feel Special" by TWICE
  • "Juice" by Lizzo
  • "all the good girls go to hell" by Billie Eilish
  • "In The Navy" by The Sunlight Shakers
  • "Zenit" by ONUKA
  • "Heat Seeker" by DREAMERS

You'll also be able to team up in co-op. A new Quickplay option lets you jump straight into a dance with a randomized playlist. This year's version will also include a Sweat mode for working out and a Kids mode for kid-friendly songs and choreography. The announcement also promises an optional subscription to Just Dance Unlimited, which will let you stream over 550 songs, with new ones dropping throughout the year. The game will come with a one-month trial.

Just Dance 2021 releases on November 12. Launch dates for the next-gen consoles have not been announced, so it could arrive on those systems sometime later.

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