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Just Dance 2017

Just Dance 2017 demo with Justin Bieber's Sorry out now

The full game launches in October on PC and console, NX in 2017.

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Fans of the best-selling dance/party game series Just Dance are now able to download the free demo for the 2017 edition, which is gradually arriving at Nintendo eShop, PS Store and Xbox Store. The demo includes the song "Sorry" by Justin Bieber as a first tease of the full game, which launches October 27 in Europe and (and on October 28 in the UK).

Just Dance 2017 will be the first to arrive on PC as digital download for Windows 10, and it's also one of the very first games officially announced for Nintendo's NX system by a third-party, and thus might be available at launch in March 2017. Wii, Wii U, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC are the platforms planned for this year, though you can also use your smartphone as a motion controller and score-tracker. Here's new screens from the game:

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