Ubisoft lets the entire room get “Happy” with ‘Just Dance 2015′

Ubisoft has announced its next entry in the Just Dance franchise, Just Dance 2015, to be released this fall. Along with a new set list, the game promises to bring the fun of dancing to everyone that owns a smart phone, potentially removing the limit on available players in a game at any given time.

Presented with an on stage dance off, including dancers in the balconies and audience, the debut also showed an experience free of latency; a responsive and fast tech demo.

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The game also boasts the ability to put the player in the game, allowing the player to create their own dance moves and sharing them online.

The list of confirmed songs so far include:

  • “Walk This Way” – Run DMC feat. Aerosmith
  • “Summer” – Calvin Harris
  • “Happy” – Pharrell Williams
  • “Burn” – Ellie Goulding
  • “Holding Out For A Hero” – Bonnie Tyler
  • “I Love It” – Icona Pop
  • “Love Me Again” – John Newman

Interestingly, it seems to be taking a different route to Dance Central entirely, sticking to the original full set list, rather than a handful of songs at a reduced price.

More details to be released later, Just Dance 2015 will launch this October.

About Craig Munn

When the games are switched off, Craig’s hard at work trying to break into the Film and TV industry as an aspiring sound editor. Strongly addicted to music games, when he’s not playing Rock Band he’s usually playing third-person shooters and JRPGs.


  1. Why is that song so UNAVOIDABLE? GAH. Regardless of the Happiness, there’s nothing else so far in that set list that “grabs” me. Probably going to be another Just Dance game I pass on in favor of Dance Central…

    • Craig Munn says:

      The whole “share your choreography” deal looks intriguing, and it’ll be undeniably fun like the last entry.

      You can never avoid Pharrell Williams. He and his army of hats are unavoidable

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