The little Wii that could.
Ubisoft’s Just Dance 2020 saw release across different platforms last week as it debuted in the ongoing series of music-active titles.
Though, it did come as a swan-song for the Wii, Nintendo’s console that released 13 years ago. Though we’ve been through two new generations of Nintendo home consoles since with the Wii U and the Switch, Ubisoft has kept tapping into the Wii with success, even managing to outlive the Wii U despite it being on older and more restrictive hardware.
Nevertheless, the Wii’s loyal demographic seems to love Just Dance – as it made history in the United Kingdom this past week at retail.
Just Dance 2020 debuted in the 15th spot, with the Switch version being the best-selling version, selling just over 55% of the total sales in its debut week. The Wii version however – took the second place crown with 21%, while the PS4 and Xbox One sold 14% and 10% respectively.
Earlier this year – Ubisoft confirmed Just Dance 2020 would be the last version to appear on the everlasting Wii, thus ending as the final Wii game to release for the console.