This week at Ubisoft, Just Dance 2024 Edition launched, bringing 40 new songs and a new game mode to the franchise, and Rocksmith+ kicked off a beta for a new instrument. Check it all out and more in this week's roundup of Ubisoft News.
Just Dance 2024 Edition launched on October 24 for Xbox Series X|S, PS5, and Switch, bringing 40 new songs for players to dance to. The songs include work from several artists across multiple genres, including "Flowers" by Miley Cyrus, "Tití Me Preguntó" by Bad Bunny, "How You Like That" by BLACKPINK, "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" by Whitney Houston, and many more. Just Dance 2024 Edition also brings an all-new Challenge mode, allowing players to compete against one another worldwide asynchronously, as well as the return of Workout mode.
Rocksmith+ is a music-learning service that teaches subscribers to play acoustic, electric, and bass guitar, and as of October 24, it expanded to include piano as well. Those interested in learning to play the piano for free can register for the Rocksmith+ piano PC beta, and the first 5,000 new Rocksmith+ users to do so will receive one free month of Rocksmith+.
Ubisoft+ Spotlight - Ode
(Editorial note: This is a series of quick weekly highlights written by Ubisoft News team writers that feature games available with a Ubisoft+ subscription. We hope you'll enjoy reminiscing with us, or perhaps discover something new.)
Brittany Spurlin, Writer/Editor: Joy is a fallen star who needs your help! She's landed in a desolate world, devoid of color or music - but as you explore the four unique landscapes and find other fallen stars, that will begin to change. Every element you interact with will have a visual and auditory reaction, lighting up with bright, vibrant colors and humming with musical energy. As you collect fallen stars, they will trail behind you, expanding your area of effect as you move until, eventually, the entire world is thriving and playing a living symphony. Ode is a game of pure exploration and sensory experiences, an immersive trip into an otherworldly musical garden.
You can play today with a Ubisoft+ subscription.
The Crew Motorfest implemented a patch update on October 25, implementing a number of bug fixes and gameplay changes.
Connection issue for players with more than 10 accounts linked to Ubisoft Connect fixed
Reduced likelihood of video crashes and stability has been increased
FPS no longer drops after taking photo in Photomode
Fixed certain occurrences of Collection Import missing vehicles
For Honor deployed patch 2.47.1 on October 26, bringing fighter improvements and bug fixes to Heathmoor.
Slightly faster speeds on Front Dodge Melee Attacks have been implemented for all fighters
Added Sorting and Filtering options in the Barracks to allow players to filter customization
Fixed an issue where the Ocelotl started a forward walking animation when exiting lock