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The Just Dance 2015 Motion Controller app is now available, enabling owners of Xbox One and PS4 to play Just Dance 2015 without owning a Kinect, PlayStation Camera or PlayStation Move Motion Controller.

The free app is available on all Apple iOS 6+ and Android 4+ smartphones and allows for up to four players to join in on PlayStation 4 system and six players to join in on Xbox One by turning the smartphone into the controller without the need of other console peripherals.

Just Dance 2015

“We’ve always strived to make Just Dance the most accessible dance game experience on the market,” said Jason Altman, executive producer, Ubisoft Paris. “With the Just Dance 2015 Motion Controller app, we’re taking that dedication to accessibility to the next level by giving our fans a way to play Just Dance 2015 on PlayStation®4 system and Xbox One by using their own smartphones to keep score.”

Just Dance 2015

The Just Dance development team created an experience that keeps all Just Dance 2015 gameplay exactly the same – the only difference is that the smartphone is used to keep score. If a Kinect for Xbox One or PlayStation Camera isn’t detected when the game is launched, the following message will appear: “You will need a mobile device to play Just Dance 2015.” Then the player will follow these simple steps:

  1. Download the free Just Dance 2015 Motion Controller app to their smartphone.
  2. Make sure their phone is connected via Wi-Fi to the same network as their console.
  3. Select their automatically detected console within the app and click Play.

Just Dance 2015

Just Dance 2015 launched worldwide in late October and is the sixth game in the best-selling Just Dance franchise. Just Dance 2015 features over 40 tracks from today’s hottest artists, including Ariana Grande, Maroon 5, Charli XCX, One Direction and more.

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