Just Dance 2014's existence has been outed via a since-removed Xbox Live Marketplace listing spotted by a NeoGAF member. Prior to its removal, the listing offered the following game description: “The latest opus of the Just Dance franchise will make you dance even more and will be once again the ultimate casual rendezvous of the year. This new opus will be even more social as you will be able to connect and dance with players from all over the world and share a unique dancing experience with them. It becomes the party expert and features today iconic pop culture references. New modes will be available, letting you and your friends experience parties the way only Just Dance knows how!”
25 million Just Dance games had been sold worldwide as of January 2012, according to Ubisoft. And speaking last month following the publication of strong annual financial results, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot claimed Just Dance was the twelfth best-selling brand on current-gen consoles. He said: “This performance was achieved thanks to high quality levels and regular releases – two key characteristics found in each of the highest-performing brands in this console cycle.”
Ahead of Ubisoft’s E3 press conference, which kicks off tonight at 11pm BST/ 3pm PST, the Watch Dogs E3 trailer has also leaked prematurely, while the publisher has been teasing a Beyond Good & Evil 2 reveal.