Just Dance is just one of those games that never seem to ever go away. Not only has it been running for over a decade now, but it continues to seemingly make a solid chunk of change for Ubisoft every single year; hence the reason why the annual releases have not let up.
Thus, as expected, Just Dance 2021 is now available on all platforms, including the Nintendo Switch. You can have a dance party in your house with 40 songs included in the package, but there’s also the Just Dance Unlimited service which will grant you access to over 600 songs.
The title comes with improvements and additions over the last release in the form of a new Quickplay mode and also an improved World Dance Floor. Returning modes are the Kida Mode, Just Sweat mode and the Co-op mode.
Just dance the bad times away
Just Dance 2021 is not only available on Switch, but also on every other console on the market, including the brand new ones: the PS5 and the Xbox Series X|S, in addition to the PS4 and Xbox One. Ubisoft has even made sure that Stadia players are able to get in on the action. Wow, they must really want you to play this thing.
Considering the fact that 2020 has been the year of lockdowns, quarantine, and just overall no good, very bad, super unfortunate, totally not fun news, this is probably the best time ever for a title like Just Dance where you can let music take away the pain of anxiety even if just for a few minutes. Am I trying to suggest that Just Dance is a psuedo-medicine under these circumstances? Maybe I am. Or maybe this year has been so crazy, recommending a game like this just feels somehow good enough in comparison to everything else that’s currently going on.