Ubisoft have announced that their megahit dance series will return to Wii U and Wii later this year, with Just Dance 2016.
Jason Derulo performed “Want to Want Me” at Ubisoft’s E3 2015 press conference to accompany the announcement, his fourth number one single being added to the dance iteration’s 40-strong song list.
New modes encompass Dance Quests and Dance Party, that will either challenge you to tackle sets of three songs for a chance to progress to the next, or see you dance with friends and family in classic rival mode or combine your efforts to achieve the highest collective score as a group.
Meanwhile, World Video Challenge will let players send videos of their performances to challenge friends worldwide and try to best their scores.
More notably, this year sees the publisher introduce new subscription streaming service Just Dance Unlimited for Wii U, which will allow players to access exclusive new songs and draw on tracks from previous Just Dance games. More than 150 songs will be available to those that subscribe from launch, with Ubisoft promising to steadily update it throughout the year.
Just Dance 2016’s song list so far is confirmed as follows:
– “All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor
– “Animals” by Martin Garrix
– “Blame” by Calvin Harris Ft. John Newman
– “Born This Way” by Lady Gaga
– “Gibberish” by MAX
– “Hangover (BaBaBa)” by Buraka Som Sistema
– “Hey Mama” by David Guetta Ft. Nicki Minaj, Afrojack & Bebe Rexha
– “I Gotta Feeling” by The Black Eyed Peas
– “Ievan Polkka” by Hatsune Miku
– “Let’s Groove” by Equinox Stars
– “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson Ft. Bruno Mars
– “Want to Want Me” by Jason Derulo
– “William Tell – Overture” by Rossini
Just Dance 2016 will release for Wii U and Wii on October 20th in North America, across Europe on October 23rd, and in the UK on October 23rd.