Nintendo and Ubisoft have announced the availability of the playable demo of Just Dance 2017 for Switch, now downloadable from Nintendo eShop. The trial version allows you to test the main gameplay mechanics on the track of Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) of Silento.
The latest release of the popular dance franchise of Ubisoft, Just Dance 2017, which was one of the titles that accompanied the release of Nintendo Switch has received now a free demo at Nintendo. Thanks to this demo, we can test the game to experience first-hand how it is, and decide whether to take the final step of acquiring it.
Just Dance 2017 was published last autumn on all major platforms, the Switch version was instead launched on March 3, simultaneously with the arrival of the new console of Nintendo.
If you have not yet had the opportunity to try the latest version of the dance game of Ubisoft now you can test it by downloading the free demo on the eShop.
We remind you that the final version of the game has forty audio tracks for five modes and more than two hundred downloadable songs, including:
• How Deep Is Your Love – Calvin Harris & Disciples
• Cheap Thrills – Sia Ft. Sean Paul
• Lean On – Major Lazer Ft. MØ & DJ Snake
• Sorry – Justin Bieber
• Don’t Stop Me Now – Queen
• PoPiPo – Hatsune Miku
Ubisoft has also published a trailer to announce this playable demo that you can see below: