Just Dance 2018 Demo Out Now, Features Bruno Mars
A Just Dance 2018 demo just hit the PlayStation Store, and it’s free to download for all players. Since Ubisoft’s rhythm game supports mobile phones, players don’t even need a PlayStation Camera or Move controllers to play.
The Just Dance 2018 demo features only one song, but it’s “24K” by Bruno Mars, so you might want to keep replaying it. While Just Dance 2018 is releasing on a ton of platforms come October 26, 2017, the free demo isn’t available on all of them. Only PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Wii U owners will be able to get down with their bad selves prerelease.
Check out the official trailer for the Just Dance 2018 demo (which shows off the playable song) below!
The 2018 edition of the rhythm game will also introduce a new kids mode:
With this brand new mode, Just Dance 2018 offers parents an opportunity to let their young children play in a kid-friendly environment. Thanks to a tailored interface, scoring, choreographies and special characters, kids will be able to enjoy the game in complete autonomy, with positive and supportive feedback.
Just Dance has always been a family favourite. With Just Dance 2018, Ubisoft have created a dedicated mode for the youngest to play in collaboration with the help of two child development experts: Martine Curtat-Cadet, childrens’ choreography expert, and Cristina Do Carmo De Sousa Gomes, childrens’ concept artist. Kids’ Mode has been developed to be beneficial for kids’ motor development, with a design completely adapted to this specific audience.
Just Dance 2018 will release October 26, 2017 on a wide array of platforms. It’s scheduled to hit Nintendo Switch, Wii U, Wii (not kidding), Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 3. The demo is only available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Wii U.