Ubisoft has released Just Dance 2017, the latest installment of the top-selling music game franchise, available on Wii U, Wii, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 today and for the first time in the history of the franchise, the game will be launched digitally on Windows PC.

Just Dance 2017 will also be available on Nintendo Switch™ in March 2017.


Just Dance 2017 delivers its most fun and diverse track listing yet, from blockbuster chart-toppers to throwback favourites everyone will find something to get down to. Featuring bangers like “Lean On” by Major Lazer Ft. MØ & DJ Snake, “Like I Would” by Zayn and   “Worth It” by Fifth Harmony Ft. Kid Ink as well as Maroon’s 5’s brand new single “Don’t Wanna Know”, party favourites like “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) by Beyoncé and classics like “Don’t Stop Me Now” by Queen.

More accessible than ever, players can use their iOS and Android smartphones as controllers with the Just Dance Controller App. The Just Dance Controller App works with current-gen platforms and allows players to dance without additional accessories like cameras.

Players can start warming up for Justin Bieber’s 2017 Australian and New Zealand tour with the playable demo of his blockbuster hit “Sorry”. Available now, the demo has given thousands of fans their first taste of Just Dance 2017 and is free to download from the Nintendo eShop,PlayStation Network and Xbox Live.


For players who just can’t get enough, Just Dance  Unlimited, the dance-on-demand subscription streaming service is available for current-gen consoles owners and PC players. Offering a catalogue of more than 200 songs at launch, Just Dance Unlimited includes access to exclusive content and tracks such as the newly announced addition “Youth” by Troye Sivan. The standard version of Just Dance 2017 will include three months access to Just Dance Unlimited on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Wii U and Digital PC.

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