May 12, 2023

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This Week at Ubisoft: Just Dance 2023 Edition Partners With Eurovision for Season 2

This week at Ubisoft, Just Dance 2023 Edition kicked off Season 2: Showdown, featuring music from the Eurovision Song Contest and Eurovision-branded maps; Watch Dogs: Legion joined the Ubisoft+ Classics library; and the Ubisoft Store started its Legendary Sale, offering up to 85% off. Check it all out and more in this week's roundup of Ubisoft News.

Just Dance 2023 Edition Season 2: Showdown with Eurovision Song Contest Launches May 9

[UN] [Multiple Titles] - Weekly Recap May 12 - Just Dance

Eurovision Song Contest, the world's largest live music event, came to Just Dance 2023 Edition on May 9. Season 2: Showdown brings four Eurovision-branded maps and rewards to the game, as well as adding new songs from past participants to Just Dance+. The new season ends on July 12, so jump in today to dance to songs like "Slo Mo" by Chanel, "Don't Stop Me Now" by Queen, "Locked Out of Heaven" by Bruno Mars, and more.

Watch Dogs: Legion Joins Ubisoft+ Classics in May

[UN] [Multiple Titles] - Weekly Recap May 12 - Watch Dogs Legion

On May 16, Watch Dogs: Legion will join the Ubisoft+ Classics library, available to all PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium members. Watch Dogs: Legion is set in a near-future, dystopian London that has transformed into a surveillance state. You'll act as a member of DedSec, the resistance organization hacking its way to victory, and any NPC you recruit to DedSec's cause becomes a playable character, giving you access to each one's unique skill set depending on what you need for the mission at hand.

Ubisoft Store Legendary Sale And Other Perks of PC

[UN] [Multiple Titles] - Weekly Recap May 12 - Legendary Deals

The Ubisoft Store is hosting its Legendary Sale now through May 25, offering major savings for titles like The Settlers: New Allies, Assassin's Creed Valhalla Complete Edition, and The Division 2. Plus, you can get the indie game Lake for free with the purchase of any game, DLC, or in-game currency during the sale.

Ubisoft+ Spotlight - Old School Musical

(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: Look at all those chickens! Old School Musical is a wacky rhythm-based adventure starring Tib and Rob, two brothers who have trained their whole lives to be musical heroes. Now, they'll have to fight an evil chicken army that has corrupted their world, and many others, with glitches that threaten to destroy their very 8-bit existence.

The music is what really makes this game shine; you'll need to hit arrow keys on beat in order to move Tib and Rob throughout the world and fight their various battles. Old School Musical revels in retro style with 60 unique tracks, and features work from real-life artists including Dubmood, Zabutom, Hello World, Yponeko, Toriena, mistermv, and le Plancton. You can also form a band and play with up to three friends in the game's multiplayer mode, which isn't a bad idea - there are 20 different story levels and 32 types of chickens to fight in the game.

You can play Old School Musical today with a Ubisoft+ subscription.

Game Updates

On April 28, For Honor launched patch 2.43.0, bringing gameplay improvements and bug fixes to Heathmoor.

  • Valkyrie's strengths have been lowered to balance overperformance; this includes reduced damage for Shield Tackle Strike, Chained Heavies, and Heavy Finishers, and reduced range for Shield Tackle and Zone Attack weapon trajectories
  • Kensei's Heavy Finisher recoveries have been reduced
  • Raider can no longer chain a Zone Attack after going Out of Stamina when leaving Guard Mode

On March 29, Anno 1800 released game update 17 and game update 17.1 on May 11 for PC, as well as game update 2 for console on May 11, adding content and addressing bug fixes and balancing changes.

  • Creative Mode and Stamp feature added for PC
  • Happiness is now calculated with population number of each residence building type instead of number of residences, giving greater importance to Hotels and Tourists (PC)
  • Fixed an issue where move tool did not work for oil springs and clay pits (PC)
  • Added support for Dragon Garden and Fiesta cosmetic DLCs (Console)
  • Fixed a crash issue related to Quest or Newspaper generated screenshots (Console)

Rainbow Six Siege deployed a hotfix on May 9 addressing crashes, including crashes happening on PlayStation when the game is in suspended mode.

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