The game is available on PS5, Xbox Series and Switch
Ubisoft has collaborated with the French National Center of Cinema and the Moving Image (CNC) and the Palace of Versailles to create a special Just Dance map: A Night in the Château de Versailles, to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Palace. The choreography will allow all players to explore the cultural treasures of the Palace, which celebrates 400 years this year. From the Latona fountain to the majestic Hall of Mirrors, passing through the splendid gardens, everyone will be able to dance to the notes of 18th century songs, rearranged in a pop key in a perfect fusion between past and present. The steps performed by coaches in period costumes combine classic court dances with modern elements, to immerse you in the world of King Louis XIV. The collaboration was born on the occasion of the Cultural Olympics, the program organized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to promote dialogue between culture and sport in view of the next Olympic Games which will take place in Paris in 2024.
There are numerous new features in Just Dance 2024 Edition: first of all the Challenge and Training modes. The first will allow all players to directly challenge the best dancers in the ranking in a fight to the last step. Training mode, however, adds a calorie counter to monitor how much a player has managed to burn during the entire gaming session. An additional system that transforms dancing into a physical activity to get back into shape to the rhythm of music. It will be possible to play online with your friends using the entire Just Dance playlist, including the 2023 and 2024 editions, even if you don’t own both versions. Just Dance 2024 Edition is available for Switch, Xbox Series and PS5. The Just Dance Controller app (for iOS and Android) can also be downloaded for free for all platforms, which makes the game more “accessible” to everyone, calculating the score directly from your smartphone and allowing up to 6 players to dance without additional accessories.