At the launch of Just Dance 2019 on the 23rd of October (October 23rd for the UK), the Just Dance Unlimited dance on demand service accessible through the previous editions of the game will no longer get new and exclusive content. However, players and owners of the past editions (Just Dance 2016, Just Dance 2017, Just Dance 2018) with an ongoing subscription will still continue to have access to all the nearly 400 songs already released and currently available in the Just Dance Unlimited catalogue.
Note that your Just Dance Unlimited subscription will carry over between your Just Dance games. If, for example, you own Just Dance 2018 and you have a Just Dance Unlimited pass, purchasing Just Dance 2019 will grant you access to the full catalogue of songs thanks to the same subscription.
We decided to end the Just Dance Unlimited retro compatibility as the Just Dance development team is fully dedicated to supporting the upcoming Just Dance 2019 game, focusing on bringing new live content and maps to players on the latest edition. Our goal is to offer the best quality of Just Dance experience to all our players, making sure we deliver the right content to the right players.
When looking at the usage of Just Dance Unlimited gameplays, we noticed that players on previous titles were more heavily engaged with back catalogue songs, while players on the current title are the ones engaging the most with newer content. Therefore, we believe that ending the Just Dance Unlimited retro compatibility matches how actually users enjoy the different contents available on Just Dance.
Players who have purchased a Just Dance Unlimited pass before September 25th and whose pass will still be valid (Just Dance Unlimited time left) after the release of the first Just Dance Unlimited exclusive content (starting December 25th) will be entitled to compensation. For more information, please contact our support team.