Hatsune Miku Will Be In Just Dance 2017



At Ubisoft’s E3 2016 presser, it announced Just Dance 2017. Now, we have a first look at the track list. While it contains conventional pop and dance tracks, like Sia and Sean Paul’s “Cheap Thrills” and “Don’t Stop Me Now” from Queen, Hatsune Miku’s “Po Pi Po” will also appear.


Here’s the initial Just Dance 2017 track list revealed at E3 2016.

  • Dyro & Dannic, “Radical”
  • Equinox Stars, “September”
  • Fifth Harmony ft. Kid Ink, “Worth It”
  • Hatsune Miku, “Po Pi Po”
  • Justin Bieber, “Sorry”
  • Major Lazer ft. Mo & DJ Snake, “Lean On”
  • Maluma, “El Tiki”
  • Psy ft. 2NE1’s CL, “Daddy”
  • Queen, “Don’t Stop Me Now”
  • Sia ft. Sean Paul, “Cheap Thrills”
  • Ultraclub 90, “What is Love”

The full Just Dance 2017 track list will have over 40 songs, and Just Dance Unlimited will offer over 200 songs through an on-demand streaming service for people playing on current generation consoles, like the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.


Ubisoft also revealed a few of Just Dance 2017’s six modes. Just Dance Quest and Just Dance TV will return, as will World Dance Floor and Sweat + Playlists. Just Dance Machine will be available on current generation consoles and PCs, as it will let people go through various dance types and try to keep up with their favorite songs.


Just Dance 2017 will come to the Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Windows PC in October 2016. It will also come to the Nintendo NX. A standard edition and gold edition, with three months access to Just Dance Unlimited, will be available. The Just Dance Controller app, which lets you play without cameras, will be compatible with Just Dance 2017.

Jenni Lada
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