Ubisoft Forward: Just Dance 2022 Coming to Consoles November 4

Be ready to shake those booty.
Be ready to shake those booty. Ubisoft

Looks like it’s time again to practice those moves and level up your dance skills with Just Dance 2022 arriving on November 4. This latest installment in the franchise is coming to different consoles.

The game is set to feature 40 new songs from chart-topping hits and viral internet sensations. These include “Level Up” by Ciara and Imagine Dragon’s “Believer.”

Exclusive Track

One of the new songs to be included in Just Dance 2022 is “Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels” from Todrick Hall. However, it’s going to be a new version specifically made for the game. While being able to dance to this exclusive track is already enjoyable, there’s something extra in store for players. Chastity Vicencio of Ubisoft revealed that fans also have the chance to be part of making Hall’s music video for the song.

Welcome Back

Just Dance 2022 is bringing back some of the classic Just Dance game modes, including:

  • Sweat Mode
    • You can start their very own routine and keep themselves motivated by tracking the time spent dancing and the number of calories burned.
  • ​Co-op Mode
    • Team up with your friends to combine scores and rule the dance floor.
  • ​Quickplay Mode
    • Test your dance skills with the randomized playlist ready from the Start menu.
  • ​World Dance Floor
    • Challenge different players worldwide in various tournaments.
    • To make the dance battle fair, players are matched based on their levels.

Like previous installments, the new game lets players access Just Dance Unlimited, the subscription-based streaming service that comes with a catalog of at least 700 hits. Buying Just Dance 2022 gives a month of free access to the service.

Just Dance 2022 is available on Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. Players can also get the free Just Dance Controller App offered on Android and iOS. This allows players to play on any platform without the need for additional accessories.

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