October 24, 2017

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Just Dance 2018 Now Available

It's time to show off your best moves! Just Dance 2018 is now available on all current platforms, with the Nintendo Switch version of the game giving players the ability to party anywhere, anytime. Just Dance 2018 features over 40 new songs on its tracklist with songs from Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee, Ed Sheeran, Beyoncé, Bruno Mars and other chart-topping artists. But it doesn't end there. Over 300 more Just Dance tracks are available via a three-month trial of the on-demand Just Dance Unlimited streaming service included in every copy. And coming exclusively to the Nintendo Switch version of the game is and an HD rendition of the Mario dance and new two-handed choreographies developed around the Joy-Con's unique HD Rumble technology.

The Nintendo Switch version of Just Dance 2018 supports up to six players at the same time using Joy-Con controller, or players can use the free Just Dance Controller App that turns your phone into a controller. You can also use your phone with the Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4 versions of Just Dance 2018. A new Kids section with eight new choreographies makes it even easier for younger players to participate, too.

For more on Just Dance 2018, check our previous coverage.

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