Just Dance 2023 Announced for a Holiday Release

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The annual entry in the Just Dance franchise has just been revealed – and it’s got one heck of a shiny new look.

Revealed at Ubisoft Forward 2022, Just Dance 2023 is planned for release this holiday for Xbox Series X and S, PS5, and Nintendo Switch. It will include a brand new “dance on demand” platform, as well as new online multiplayer features and a redesigned interface.

Like past Just Dance games, it will also receive a slate of free regular content updates in seasonal updates, all of which will appear in the new Netflix-style user interface, through which players can browse new music, see what’s popular and recommended, and more.

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The game’s multiplayer mode lets up to six players dance together from around the world, with up to two able to join per console.

Just Dance has been a wildly popular, long-running Ubisoft franchise since 2009, with releases across just about every single available platform annually and an especially long and surprising history on the Wii and Wii U, having continued releasing on both long after no other titles were planned for the consoles (though it’s since stopped on both).

Just Dance has historically been announced at Ubisoft’s E3 press conference with massive on-stage dance numbers, though that tradition has waned throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

You can catch up on everything announced at today’s Ubisoft Forward event with our full roundup.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer. He’ll talk about The Witcher all day.

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