Just Dance 2023 Edition Announced, Launches November 22

Ubisoft has revealed Just Dance 2023 Edition, giving players an in-depth look at new gameplay, visuals, songs that are included, and a new multiplayer mode where you can pit your dancing moves against your friends. You’ll be able to bust a move on November 22 later this year.


If you’ve played Just Dance before then you’ll probably see a few key differences with Just Dance 2023. For starters, Ubisoft has explained that the game is a “completely revamped dance-on-demand platform,” that will let you quickly jump in and out of dance sessions. You’ll notice that the game’s UI has been completey overhauled for ease of use and the publisher has even promised to continue supporting the title with regular content updates after launch.

THEGAMER VIDEO OF THE DAY

Related: Assassin’s Creed Is Heading To Japan For Too Late

As alluded to before, Just Dance 2023 will also be the first game in the series to include online mutliplayer. Online Groups will allow up to five players to join up and dance together to a chosen song and even interact with each other via the use of emotes. You also don’t need to worry about buying the game for the same system, as Just Dance 2023 will support crossplay across Nintendo Switch, PS5, and Xbox Series X.

Just Dance 2023 Edition was just one of the fun announcements made during Ubisoft’s latest showcase, as we also got to see the return of Rayman, alebit in a future DLC for Mario + Rabbids: Spark of Hope. The publisher also blew away Assassin’s Creed fans by announcing several new games coming over the next few years.

These include the official reveal of Assassin’s Creed Mirage which is set to release at some point next year, Project Red and Project Hexe which are the first two experiences to be included as part of Infinity, and Assassin’s Creed: Codename Jade which is an open-world title set in China that will release exclusively on mobile devices.

Next: Disney Lorcana Creators Know How To Make A Successful TCG – They’ve Been Doing It For Decade

Leave a Comment