Just Dance 2014 coming to 'all motion control platforms,' in October, also coming to next-gen

Just Dance 2014 will launch on "all motion control platforms" in October, and will arrive on next-gen platforms after that, Ubisoft announced during its E3 press conference.

A few of the game's artists — a roster that includes Nicki Minaj, Psy and One Direction — and new features were revealed in a debut trailer. Up to six players will be able to dance at once this time around, and can participate in an "on stage mode," which wasn't explained in the video. The game will also feature a DJ mode, where players can switch between songs and "shape the music" by moving their bodies.

A Wii U mode was also shown off where one player was capable of issuing dance commands to the other four players by choosing flash cards from the GamePad.

The title was leaked earlier this week via an Xbox Live Marketplace listing.

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