Just Dance 2020 Launches On Consoles With Billie Eilish Alternative Gameplay

Just Dance 2020 Launches On Consoles With Billie Eilish Alternative Gameplay
Credit: Just Dance 2020 Official Website

Just Dance 2020 is the latest installment of the dance game from Ubisoft. It was announced this Summer and is already out on the Nintendo Switch, Wii, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Just Dance 2020 is the eleventh title in the long-running series. The game includes 40 popular tracks, including songs like “Old Town Road (Remix)” by Lil Nas X Ft. Billy Ray Cyrus and “God Is A Woman” by Ariana Grande. The YouTube hit “Baby Shark” was also added to the growing playlist.

“Bad Guy” (officially written as “bad guy”) by Billie Eilish is also featured in the new game. The artist played a role in creating the map, which makes it the third time in the entire series.

Eilish announced that there is a “Billie Version.” The dancer wears an all-green outfit with the singer’s name on the t-shirt and shorts. Eilish designed the dancer’s outfit.

For those who want to keep the party going, Ubisoft offers a “Just Dance Unlimited” subscription. This feature gives gamers access to over 500+ tracks to dance their hearts out to. Every subscription comes with a free one-month trial.

With so many new songs to choose from, players can create and save playlists to match any mood.

Just Dance isn’t just for adults. The dance game is excellent for kids who have extra energy to use. There are eight new kid-friendly songs in “Kids Mode” that are appropriate for all ages. The game is perfect for parties with friends or family.

The dance party is available for gamers online and offline. Gamers away from their friends and family can also play the title online. Co-op is available, and players can dance to the new songs together to beat high scores.

Just Dance 2020 is also coming to the Google Stadia on November 19.

The tenth anniversary of Just Dance also comes with a fundraiser. Ubisoft has teamed up with Alzheimer’s Research UK to create a short video.

According to the tweet: “Dancing creates great memories, which we are working tirelessly to protect. Celebrate 10 years of Just Dance & help fund vital dementia research. RT this post & @Ubisoft_UK will donate £1 to ARUK, up to a max of £30,000 #JustDanceMemories”

Gamers can enjoy a new installment in the long-running Just Dance series and almost effortlessly help out an important cause at the same time.