Just Dance 2021 will launch alongside the PlayStation 5 later this year, Ubisoft has announced. A PlayStation 4 version of the popular dance-‘em-up is also scheduled to deploy on 12th November, with the series celebrating 70 million units sold to date. The game will include 40 new songs and backdrops, including All the Good Girls Go to Hell by Billie Eilish and Don’t Start Now by Dua Lipa.
The French publisher’s been annually iterating on this franchise for quite some time now, so one of the new features it’s touting is… Well, the ability to jump into a random playlist from the main menu. Subscription service Just Dance Unlimited will also return, providing you with access to 550 songs – assuming you pay the fee.
You’ll get one month’s free Just Dance Unlimited with the base package, and from there you’ll be able to pay up to $24.99 for a year’s access to everything, which seems reasonable to us. Alternatively, you can just pay $2.99 for 24 hours access, if you’re planning a party or social event, which is neat. As before, you’ll be able to use a smartphone to track your movements, so no additional accessories are required.