As of July 2015, the announced tracks for "Just Dance 2016" include Meghan Trainor's "All About that Bass," Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" and Martin Garrix's "Animals." The game is scheduled to release in October of 2015.
There are twelve confirmed tracks listed on Ubisoft's "Just Dance 2016" website. The site features a Song Request option in which users can request that their favorite songs be featured in the game. To request a song, a user must create an account with Ubi.com.
Mark Ronson Ft. Bruno Mars's "Uptown Funk," Jason Derulo's "Want to Want Me" and Buraka Som Sistema's "Hangover (BaBaBa)" are also listed as confirmed tracks for "Just Dance 2016." The game's predecessor, "Just Dance 2015," included 45 total songs.
"Just Dance 2016" is a dancing video game designed for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii and Wii U. The players' movements are tracked by the cameras on their gaming consoles and then scored according to timing and accuracy. Ubisoft also announced a new Just Dance Controller App, in which players use their smartphones as controllers.
Other new features announced for "Just Dance 2016" include Dance Party mode, which allows multiple players to work together, and Dance Quests mode.