Just Dance 2020 fans rejoice: Ubisoft is giving away a free month of Just Dance Unlimited to everyone who owns the game. The subscription service gives players access to over 500 additional songs. But the French publisher also has a surprise for everyone who doesn't own Just Dance 2020.
Surprises for everyone: Just Dance on Youtube
If you don't own Just Dance 2020, you won't be able to enjoy the free month for Just Dance Unlimited either, but Ubisoft has another surprise in store so that there's no boredom on your local "dance floor": players who don't own the game can the Youtube page from Just Dance visit. There they then have access to playlists to which they can dance.
With this, Ubisoft wants to “help gamers stay active at home”, “regardless of whether they have a game console or not”. From "Just Dance Kids" to "Just Get Fit" and even a "Katy Perry" playlist, there are plenty of songs to join in. These playlists will be freely accessible on this channel for the next month.
Just Dance 2020 is available for Nintendo Switch, for Wii, for the PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation 4 computer entertainment systems as well as for Xbox One devices including Xbox One X and for Google Stadia.
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In any case, there is plenty of new content to discover in Just Dance 2020. Just last month, Ubisoft heralded a new themed season, Season 2, with "Feel the Power". Among other things, the free update granted owners of the dance game access to the new online mode of Just Dance: World Dancefloor. Free events not only invite players to join in the dancing, but also transform them into strong-dancing superheroes. Boss families must then be defeated together or tournaments must be contested.
Also new: from April 23 to May 14, the Power Gala will run with six new songs that can be accessed via the subscription service that is now available free of charge for one month.
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