Bust A Move Without A Camera In Just Dance 2016; Latest Entry To Add Music On Demand Feature


Can we all pretend the Jason Derulo segment never happened? Yes? Good. Aside from the seemingly necessary addition of a non-gaming related musical performance, Ubisoft host Aisha Tyler introduced excited fans to Just Dance 2016, the latest entry in the lucrative series that will add a “dance on demand” subscription service for the first time.

Not only that, but this year’s installment will allow you to use your smartphone device as a surrogate for Kinect or the Wii Remote, opening up the potential fanbase to those who aren’t privy to a motion controller and/or sensor.

Per Ubisoft:

Show off your moves on the amazing tracklist with visuals that are more creative and breath-taking than ever before! And now play Just Dance 2016 with your smartphone on Wii U, Xbox One or PS4, all you need is the Just Dance Controller App. Discover Just Dance Unlimited on New Gen plateforms. The new streaming subscription service that brings access to the whole past Just Dance hits.

As for the Just Dance Unlimited service, would-be subscribers can expect a steady stream of new content and tracks in exchange for a set fee, which wasn’t disclosed at the time of writing.

Take heed, music fans, Just Dance 2016 will groove its way onto PS4, Xbox One, Wii, Xbox 360 and PS3 this October.