Ubisoft Announces Just Dance 2020 For The Nintendo Switch

Ubisoft Announces Just Dance 2020 For The Nintendo Switch

While games like Guitar Hero and Rock Band might not be as popular as it once was back in the day, it seems that games such as the Just Dance franchise are still going on strong. In fact, if you’d like to groove along to the latest songs and check out new features, you’ll be pleased to learn that Ubisoft has since announced the latest installment in the franchise: Just Dance 2020.

According to Ubisoft, “Just Dance 2020 celebrates a decade of bringing people together with exciting new content! Team up with friends for more fun in our Co-op mode, returning to the Just Dance franchise for Just Dance 2020. Co-op mode brings players together to combine scores and rule the dancefloor! Exercise while having fun with the Sweat Mode! Track your calories burned, time spent dancing, and keep yourself motivated with our dedicated sweat playlists.”

Ubisoft Will Be Bringing Two Of Its Indies Onto The Nintendo Switch

Ubisoft Will Be Bringing Two Of Its Indies Onto The Nintendo Switch

If you love indies, the Nintendo Switch is actually a great platform for them. There have been many great indie titles launching on the Switch and if you are looking forward to more of them, you’ll be pleased to learn that Ubisoft has announced that they will be bringing two indie titles onto the console.

This will come in the form of Child of Light and Valiant Hearts: The Great War, both of which are under Ubisoft’s UbiArt’s banner. These games aren’t exactly new with both Child of Light and Valiant Hearts having been released about four years ago. However for those who haven’t played them or would like to replay them on the Switch, we suppose it’s still a good opportunity to do so.

Ubisoft Says Collaborations With Nintendo Will Continue

Ubisoft Says Collaborations With Nintendo Will Continue

As much as Nintendo tries to develop and publish their own games, it is a monumental task which is why they usually have to work with outside developers to encourage the development of more games for its platform. So far Nintendo has some interesting collaborations, such as with Ubisoft which resulted in Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.

For those who loved the collaboration between Nintendo and Ubisoft, you'll be pleased to learn that this collaboration is expected to continue. Speaking during a Q&A session, Ubisoft's CEO Yves Guillemot revealed that their collaboration between Nintendo will continue in the future and that they hope that they will be able to surprise gamers with new things.

Ubisoft Has Plans To Do More Things For The Nintendo Switch

Ubisoft Has Plans To Do More Things For The Nintendo Switch

When the Wii U was launched, it didn't take long for developers and even retailers to lament at how poorly the console was doing. However with the Nintendo Switch, developers and retailers are singing a completely different story as many appear to be pretty happy and optimistic about the console's future.

One such company is Ubisoft in which during the company's recent financial call (via Nintendo Everything), CEO Yves Guillemot was quoted as saying, "So yes, this relationship continues to grow, and we are very happy with what we were able to achieve with Mario + Rabbids. Let's also not forget the fact that Just Dance is also a big seller on the Switch, and that will continue to follow the growth of that machine."

Ubisoft Teases Upcoming Nintendo-related Announcement

Ubisoft Teases Upcoming Nintendo-Related AnnouncementOne of the concerns that gamers and investors had when the Nintendo Switch was launched was whether or not the console would face the issues that plagued the Wii U, which was a lack of games and a lack of consistent releases. However that doesn't appear to be the case for the Switch, and in fact if anything, the console is about to get even more games.


In a recent tweet by an Ubisoft staff (via Nintendo Everything), they are teasing an upcoming announcement that will be related to Nintendo (and presumably the Switch). It is unclear as to what the announcement could be about, but given that there has been a rumor recently regarding South Park: The Fractured But Whole possibly coming to the Switch, perhaps it could be about that.

Ubisoft Will Be Announcing More Nintendo Switch Games Soon

Ubisoft Will Be Announcing More Nintendo Switch Games Soon

If you're the proud owner of the Nintendo Switch and you're looking forward to getting your hands on more Ubisoft titles for your console, you'll be pleased to learn that during Ubisoft's latest financial results, the company revealed that there were more Switch games that they would be announcing soon.

This is according to a report from the NeoGAF forums (via Nintendo Everything) where it was speculated that this announcement could take place at Gamescom. So far Ubisoft has released Just Dance 2017 for the Nintendo Switch, and another title that is highly-anticipated would be the Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle that is expected to be released later this year.

Ubisoft Has One Unannounced Game For The Nintendo Switch

Ubisoft Has One Unannounced Game For The Nintendo Switch

When the Nintendo Wii U was first launched, Ubisoft was one of the companies that supported the console at launch with the launch of ZombiU, a game that took advantage of the Wii U's GamePad. Now if you're looking forward to playing more Ubisoft games on Nintendo platforms, you'll be pleased to learn that the company is developing titles for the Nintendo Switch.

In a tweet by Daniel Ahmad, he quotes Ubisoft's recent financial results in which the company revealed that they are working on new titles for the Switch, one of which has yet to be announced. Now we know that Ubisoft is working on games for the Switch, such as Rayman Legends and Monopoly, but we are curious as to what this particular title might be.

Ubisoft Claims Nintendo Switch Could ‘redefine’ Gaming

Ubisoft Claims Nintendo Switch Could ‘Redefine’ GamingWith the Nintendo Switch having been officially announced yesterday, we now have a very rough and basic idea of what Nintendo was going for. The company has indeed backed away from creating a more traditional console that Microsoft and Sony are going for, and instead are attempting to create something different.