Just Dance: Disney Party 2

Disney’s big 2015 D23 Expo was last week and the fans who were there got to see many surprises, from the announcement of a new Star Wars theme park, to testing out Disney Playmation, and of course enjoying the wonderful world of Disney. Well, Ubisoft has just announced that they have teamed up with Disney Interactive and are currently developing Just Dance: Disney Party 2.

As you may know, Just Dance is one of the best-selling music video game franchises of all time and this is the second time they are teaming up with Disney. But this time the soundtrack is all new and you can rock out to some of your favorite Disney Channel movie and TV shows soundtracks. There will be over 20 fan-favorite tracks, including songs from Disney’s hottest summer movies like Evil Like Me and Rotten to the Core from their original movie Descendants.

Ubisoft has worked closely with Disney Interactive, as well as Disney Channel, to make sure gameplay is true to the movie or TV show the song is from. Plus, if you are getting Just Dance: Disney Party 2 for the Xbox One, you will have a karaoke mode in which you can sing and dance to your favorite songs.

As of right now Just Dance: Disney Party 2 is slated for release this holiday season and is coming to the Xbox One, the Xbox 360, the Nintendo Wii, and the Nintendo Wii U. You can see all of the tracks announced so far, a gallery, and the trailer for Just Dance: Disney Party 2 below.

Current tracks for Just Dance: Disney Party 2:

  • “Austin & Ally” (“Chasin’ the Beat of My Heart”)
  • “Descendants” (“Did I Mention”)
  • “Descendants” (“Rotten to the Core”)
  • “Descendants” (“Evil Like Me”)
  • “Descendants” (“Set It Off”)
  • “Girl Meets World” (“Take on the World”)
  • “K.C. Undercover” (“Keep It Undercover”)
  • “Teen Beach Movie” (“Cruisin’ for a Bruisin’”)
  • “Teen Beach Movie” (“Falling for Ya”)
  • “Teen Beach 2” (“That’s How We Do”)
  • “Teen Beach 2” (“Gotta Be Me”)
  • “Teen Beach 2” (“Twist Your Frown”)
  • “Violetta” (“En Mi Mundo”)



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