In a bid to enter the “let’s have a subscription service for everything” market, Ubisoft announced that its next iteration of Dance Central (creatively titled Dance Central 2016) will make use of a service called Dance Central Unlimited.

The service will require a paid subscription and deliver new content to players of the massively-popular dance game on an ongoing basis.

Few details were given, but it was noted that the service is only available to next-generation players, even though the game will also be launching on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii, in addition to their newer counterparts.

Just Dance 2016 will be out this holiday season, and we expect to know more about the subscription service before then.

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