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Just Dance 2018 is getting a Kids Mode

Matt Sayer 7 September 2017 NEWS


The new mode will be a welcome addition for parents looking for a more child-friendly experience.

Ubisoft has today revealed a new kid-focused mode coming to the latest instalment of its incredibly popular Just Dance series, Just Dance 2018.

Tailored specifically for children, Kids Mode allows kids to play on their own, without the need for parental assistance or oversight. The mode features a completely redesigned interface with simpler controls and less text, a more generous scoring system with an emphasis on delivering positive feedback and an optional continuous mode that parents can activate so their kids don't need to do anything but dance.

Additionally, eight songs have been specifically choreographed for kids, with less complicated dance moves and on-screen characters like funky robots and superheroes intended to better capture children's interest. The main game will also include the song "How Far I'll Go" from the Disney animated film Moana.

Just Dance 2018 is due out on 26 October on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360 and PS3.

If you're looking for more family-friendly games, why not check out our guide to 2017's best kids' games?

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