Get ready to break a move, with the reveal of Just Dance 2023 Edition

In a move that shouldn’t surprise anyone, Just Dance 2023 has been announced by Ubisoft, but this year we’re seeing some massive changes, don’t worry, you can still dance, but now there’s more. First, check out the first batch of numbers revealed for the game.

Here are the same details, just in list form, just know there are 40 songs planned so this is just the beginning.

  • “Physical” by Dua Lipa
  • “More” by K/DA ft. Madison Beer, (G)I-DLE, Lexie Liu, Jaira Burns & Seraphine
  • “CAN’T STOP THE FEELING!” by Justin Timberlake
  • “Love Me Land” by Zara Larsson
  • “Locked from Heaven” by Bruno Mars
  • “STAY” by The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber
  • “Sweet but Psycho” by Ava Max
  • “Rather Be” by Clean Bandit Ft. Jess Glynne
  • “If You Wanna Party” by The Just Dancers

The game will be out on November 22nd and as I mentioned before, there will be some big changes, the first of which is that it will have a new menu. No, I mean that, but that’s not the big addition, which comes with the addition of up to six players dancing together online.

The series has had local multiplayer since the original Wii game, but it has never offered online dancing simultaneously before. One player must be the host and once the dancers have joined, they can interact using the new sticker system and once the song or numbers are chosen, the dancing can begin. The best news is that online dancing is supported cross-play, which means that regardless of the platform you dance with, your friends don’t have to buy the same console to dance with you.

Something you’ll notice, especially if you watch the gameplay explainer video below, is that the dance backgrounds are no longer static, meaning when your dancer is grooving to Daft Punk’s Around the World, they can actually do that. The visual overhaul also applies to the menus – I spoke the truth before and with them it now offers players things like recommendations that fit within the groups you have.

The game is coming to Switch, I mean why else would you be here, but in an interesting twist, it’s also only coming to Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5.

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