You’ll be able to keep on moving when Just Dance 2021 releases this November

Through press release means, Ubisoft has confirmed its plans to release Just Dance 2021 near the middle of November. As such, the incredibly popular series’ loyal fans can look forward to spending the chilly winter with its newest, pulse pounding iteration.

Just Dance 2021 promises over 40 new songs and universes, a new quick play mode that will make dancing even easier, and an improved World Dance Floor. Some of those aforementioned tunes will be:

  • “Señorita” by Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello
  • “Dance Monkey” by Tones And I
  • “Que Tire Pa Lante” by Daddy Yankee
  • “Don’t Start Now” by Dua Lipa
  • “Temperature” by Sean Paul
  • “Feel Special” by TWICE
  • “Juice” by Lizzo
  • “all the good girls go to hell” by Billie Eilish
  • “In The Navy” by The Sunlight Shakers
  • “Zenit” by ONUKA
  • “Heat Seeker” by DREAMERS

As is usually the case, only part of the new track list has been revealed thus far. More will undoubtedly be leaked as the months go by.

Numerous classic modes will also return, including:

  • Sweat Mode – Exercising has never been so fun! Start your own routine with Sweat mode and keep yourself motivated by tracking calories burnt and time spent dancing.
  • Kids Mode – You’re never too young to dance! Kids mode is tailor-made for the needs of the youngest players. They can enjoy eight new kid-friendly songs and choreographies for a fun dance experience.
  • Co-op Mode – Stronger together! Team up with friends and share the fun thanks to the return of Co-op mode. Get together and combine scores to rule the dance floor!
  • Just Dance® Unlimited – Keep the party going! Access the Just Dance Unlimited subscription-based streaming service to (re)dance to over 550 songs! It doesn’t stop there, as new and exclusive songs are added throughout the year. Every copy of Just Dance 2021 comes with one month of free access!

Just Dance 2021 will launch on November 12th, 2020. It will come to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Switch and Stadia first, before becoming available for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X when they’re released. Based on the above, it seems like this may be the first year that Just Dance isn’t released for the original Nintendo Wii, despite the system having been ‘dead’ for some time.