Just Dance 2020 is the eleventh game in the Just Dance series.
Revealed on June 10, 2019, at E3 2019, the game was released on November 5, 2019, on Wii, Xbox One, PS4, & Switch worldwide. It is the first game in the series to be released on Google Stadia, and was released on November 19, 2019.
Gameplay and Features
Just Dance 2020 celebrates a decade of bringing people together with exciting new content!
With All Stars Mode, immerse yourself in the Just Dance universe and go through 10 years of fun and endless creativity with a digital collection of iconic stickers reflecting back on the last 10 years of Just Dance!
Team up with friends for more fun in our Coop mode, returning to the Just Dance franchise for Just Dance 2020. Co-op mode brings players together to combine scores and rule the dancefloor!
Little ones can join in on the fun with the acclaimed Kids Mode! The dedicated mode allows the youngest players to enjoy it in full with 8 new kid-friendly curated songs, coming along with a fun dance experience tailored to kid’s needs.
With Just Dance Unlimited, the dance on-demand subscription streaming service, you have access to 500+ songs and more! Every copy of the game comes with 1-month’s access!
Be the star of your own show! Just Dance 2020 is more personalized than ever with an enhanced recommendation system
The game learns your dancing habits and pushes you content you will like, at the time that’s right for you! Follow your instincts and pick the perfect pre-made playlist to match your mood, or let the game make recommendations created just for you. For every moment, there’s a Just Dance playlist.
With the intuitive interface, personalizing your game experience has never been so easy. Pick your favorite songs among the ever-growing Just Dance catalog and create your own playlists to customize your Just Dance parties!
Bust a move! The party never stops with Just Dance 2020
There is always something going on in Just Dance 2020! Check out the enhanced home page for the latest news on in-game seasonal events and more recommendations on songs or playlists to dance to and videos to watch. Make sure to visit the World Dance Floor to party online with the Just Dance community and enjoy themed events, Happy Hours, tournaments and new bossfamilies to defeat, all year long!
Keep the party going with Just Dance Unlimited! More songs and content will be added throughout the year to enrich Just Dance 2020 players’ experience.
No additional accessories are required to join the fun! Just use your smartphone with the Just Dance Controller app!
Use your smartphone to navigate in-game, track and score your moves - no camera, Kinect, or PS Move required! Up to 6 players can play with their phones simultaneously.
An asterisk (*) indicates this song is covered in game.
A █ indicates that the song is playable on the demo version.
A █ indicates this song is unlockable after completing all ten planets in All Stars Mode.
A (K) indicates that this song is playable in Kids Mode. Note that the 8 main Kids Songs (colored in █) are in the main tracklist on 7th-gen consoles. These songs can be played through normal Just Dance mode on 8th-gen consoles, but their titles need to be searched for.
An (I) indicates that this song requires an internet connection to be played. It is only available on 8th-generation consoles and the Nintendo Switch.
A (RU) indicates that the song is exclusive to Russia. This song requires an internet connection to be played.
A (FR) indicates that the song is exclusive to France. This song requires an internet connection to be played.
A (BL) indicates that the song is exclusive to the Benelux region. This song requires an internet connection to be played.
A (C) indicates that the song must be unlocked with a code on 8th generation consoles.
An (8th) indicates that the song is only available on 8th generation consoles.
A (NME) indicates that the song is not available on the Middle Eastern version of the game.
On 8th-generation consoles and Nintendo Switch, the songs are mainly listed in alphabetical order. They can also be sorted in other ways, which is similar to Just Dance 2, Just Dance Wii, Just Dance Wii 2 and Just Dance 2019. However on the Wii version, the songs are listed in the following order.
Just Dance 2020 is the first main series game to use characters from oriental languages in the titles of songs.
It is also the second main series game to have Japanese text support, following Just Dance Now.
This is only available in the Switch version.
Similar to the previous five games on seventh-generation consoles, Just Dance 2020 has messages that present themselves when an alternate routine is unlocked, exclusively on the Wii. The messages attributed to each routine, in order of when they are unlocked, are as follows:
Soy Yo — Let the dance charm you!
7 Rings — Show your skill!
Old Town Road (Remix) — Catch up your boots and hats!
Kill This Love — Give it your best!
Taki Taki — Heat up the dancefloor!
Sushi — Give it your best!
Rain Over Me — Prepare to sweat!
God Is A Woman — May the gods of dancing be with you!
I Am The Best — Give it your best!
Talk — It's time to move up a gear!
Bangarang — It's going to get lively in there!
The Time (Dirty Bit) — Ready to play in the top league?
The PAL version has a alternate reversable cover that celebrates 10 years of the Just Dance series.
Just Dance 2020 is the last game in the series to be released on the Wii.
This is also the last game in the series to use assets from Just Dance 2015 in the 7th-Gen version. This includes the Gold Move visuals and text fonts.
Both 7th-Gen and 8th-Gen versions reuses some assets from Just Dance 2018, like in the previous game.
The Switch version now shows the Joy-Con's color, orientation and connection number in the coach selection screen, the results screen and during gameplay.