Ready to get your boogie on? Just Dance is back on Oct. 27 across “all consoles,” which we assume means PS4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. There are also some interesting new additions to the artist lineup to look forward to.
During Ubisoft’s E3 2017 conference, the dance floor was torn up by Korean pop star Kim Hyun-ah and was also joined by American star Bebe Rexha.
Fans of the artists will be pumped at the prospect of enjoying tracks such as Bubble Pop and The Way I Are.
Another annual release from Ubisoft, Just Dance is one of the publisher’s most recognized and best-selling games. The series has recorded over 48 million total sales.
From Jamiroquai to Shakira, Ubisoft claim the upcoming game has “something for everyone.” Check out the full list of songs and artists in the below trailer:
Most notably, however, according to the Ubisoft Blog, Just Dance 2018 on the Switch will support six players through just using the Joy-Con controllers. Just Dance 2018 will also make use of the system’s HD Rumble technology in its Joy-Con, allowing players to develop “Double Rumble choreographies.”