Ubisoft Announces Nintendo Switch Lineup: Steep, Rayman Legends Definitive Edition, Just Dance 2017

Ubisoft is on board with the Nintendo Switch, and brings forth three games: Steep, Rayman Legends and Just Dance 2017.

on January 13, 2017 2:53 AM

Following the presentation of the Nintendo Switch, Ubisoft sent in a press release announcing its line-up for the upcoming console.

The first game is Just Dance 2017, that we already knew, but we also learn that up to six players will be able to play at the same time using a Joy-Con controller the Just Dance Controller app, which turns your smartphone into a controller. The game will be a launch title for the Switch.

The second title is Rayman Legends Definitive Edition. The game will come with all of its previous features, but the announcement also mentions “some brand-new surprises” that have not been revealed for now.

The third and last (for now) title is Steep, that just launched in December for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Ubisoft French Studios Managing Director Xavier Poix accompanied the press release with a statement promising that this is just the beginning, and more games will be announced at a later date.

“Ubisoft will initially be bringing Just Dance 2017, Rayman Legends Definitive Edition and Steep to the Nintendo Switch. We’re proud to be working closely with Nintendo on this new console, making sure players can enjoy great games on a device that shares the same philosophy these games: great accessibility and the ability to bring people together. These three games are just the beginning. We will share more about other exciting projects for the Nintendo Switch at a later date.”

If you’re not familiar with the game, you can check out a few key images below.

 /  Executive News Editor
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