Ubisoft has released a new demo for the upcoming Just Dance 2017 that showcases “Sorry” by Justin Bieber. The full game comes out on October 25th, but in the meantime players can get a feel for what it will be like by trying out this new demo. Fans can download it for free on Xbox Live, the Nintendo eShop, and PlayStation Network.

Just Dance 2017 features an improved version of the Just Dance Controller App for mobile devices. Players can use their Androids and iPhones as controllers that take the place of console cameras. The app tracks the player’s movements and scores them appropriately. All the player has to do is have their phone in hand while they dance.

The latest installment of Just Dance will also break the mold by releasing on PC for the first time. Those who plan on purchasing a Nintendo NX can also count on Just Dance 2017 coming out on the new console shortly after it launches. Like Just Dance 2016, the game will be available for the Wii, Wii U, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.

In addition to previously announced tracks, Just Dance 2017 will include current hits like DNCE’s “Cake by the Water” and Silentó’s “Watch Me (Whip/ Nae Nae).” In the meantime, fans can enjoy grooving to Bieber’s “Sorry” until the completed game drops in October.

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