DANCE FOR PEACE! GAME FOR PEACE's 2 Year Anniversary Theme Song “Let's Party” Added to Music Library of “Just Dance” for Nintendo Switch™
On April 29, GAME FOR PEACE, a tactical, competitive mobile game developed by Tencent's Lightspeed & Quantum Studios Group, the Nintendo Switch™, and the Chinese version of the musical dancing game Just Dance, created by Ubisoft, announced the efforts of a tripartite cooperation with the official launch of "DANCE FOR PEACE" (Best of Luck, Time to Get Dancing).
@SinaGame recommends: Best of Luck, Time to Get Dancing! The GAME FOR PEACE 2-Year Anniversary song, Let's Party, as performed by variety host Xuanyi Wu @Game for Peace, is now officially available on the music library of Let's Dance for Nintendo Switch™! Strap on the cast-iron pan Joy-Con™ strap, and bust a move with the pan dance!
With this collaboration, the GAME FOR PEACE 2-Year Anniversary song, Let's Party, as performed by variety host Xuanyi Wu @Game for Peace, is now officially available on Let's Dance for Nintendo Switch™. Players can access the song for free in the game's music library. Double the fun by being an elite soldier and dancer at the same time.
Figure 1: Third-Party KV
Developed by the Ubisoft Shanghai team for Let's Dance, the Let's Party theme track not only has new dance moves, but its background is based on the island map from Game for Peace, and classic IP elements like the level 3 helmet, airdrop box, and cast-iron pan all make their debut into the Game for Peace dance floor. In the Let's Party track, four dancers dressed in the "Magical Rocket," "Happiness Dominator," "Romantic Poppy," and "Sweet Promises" outfits take the center stage. This not only conforms to the classic four-man squad in the game, but also showcases the four most popular outfits from the game. Along with the upbeat melody, players can use the motion sensor functions of the Joy-Con™ to follow the characters' moves and dance to the beat of the song!
Figure 2 and Figure 3: In-game dancing screenshot (pan dance & ending pose)
Let's Party, the theme song from this collaboration, is available only for Let's Dance in China. At 12 noon on April 29, 2021, it has officially launched into the main game, and players can access it from Let's Dance's music library for free. Not only can players dance solo, but they can challenge friends and family to "dance battles." Also, this track is available in the demo version of Just Dance in China.
Other than collaborative in-game content, the trio partnership have launched a Let's Dance X GAME FOR PEACE limited edition set, which includes a China Edition Nintendo Switch™, Let's Dance "standard edition" game redemption card, and a pan-shaped Joy-Con™ strap, which lets players feel the joy of swinging a pan. This set is available for pre-order on the Nintendo Switch™ JD.com flagship store starting on April 29, 2021, and will be officially available for sale on the Nintendo Switch™ JD.com Super Brand Day starting on May 11, 2021.
Figure 4 and Figure 5: Gift box & cast-iron pan photo
As a tactical mobile game, the development concept for GAME FOR PEACE is to "provide the world's gamers with a world of competitive adventure." Not only has the game continuously strived to upgrade the contents of the game, it has also engaged in a multitude of cross-industry collaborations. This cooperation between Tencent, Nintendo Switch, and Let's Dance's China edition has given birth to the gaming content Let's Party, broken the boundary across industries, penetrated various IP circles, and provided trendy new modes of gaming.
Best of luck, time to get dancing! Elite soldiers, take up that pan, and, along with the Game for Peace 2-Year Anniversary theme song Let's Party, groove along to the "pan dance" and join the pan dance party!