Just Dance, the popular video game series from Ubisoft, has announced an incoming collaboration with the Eurovision Song Contest.

In a short video posted to Twitter, the “collab of the century” was teased to be coming sometime this month:

Just Dance is a long-running rhythm game series, in which the player is challenged to perform dance routines set to a number of different tracks. The most recent entry, Just Dance 2023, will feature the Eurovision content.

The series has been ongoing since 2009, but this is actually not its first encounter with Eurovision. Most recently, Just Dance 2022 featured Daði Freyr’s ‘Think About Things’ (Iceland 2020).

Daði Freyr was previously featured on Just Dance 2022. Image: Twitter @dadimakesmusic

Other Eurovision songs have featured over the years: Lena’s ‘Satellite’ (Germany 2010), Netta’s ‘Toy’ (Israel 2018), and Little Big’s ‘Uno’ (Russia 2020). Furthermore, in 2011, Ubisoft also released an ABBA-themed spin-off of Just Dance called ABBA: You Can Dance, which of course featured ‘Waterloo.’ 

However, it is certainly the first time that the game series has embraced Eurovision as an entire theme. 

Just Dance 2023 is available for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, and the Xbox Series S and X.

Need more crossover between video games and Eurovision? Check out our interview with Serbia’s Luke Black, where he chatted about his favourite games and the special move he would have as a video game character!

Are #YOU looking forward to playing Just Dance with more Eurovision songs? Let us know in the comments below, on our forum, our Discord, or on social media, @ESCUnited!

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