Soon it will become even harder to avoid the K-Pop song "Gangnam Style." Psy's omnipresent hit will be released as DLC for rhythm game Just Dance 4.
"Gangnam Style" was released in July. The admittedly catchy beat plus Psy's bizarre dance moves made it an instant sensation. The music video has racked up over 490 million views on YouTube.
The song has also led to an equally absurd number of parodies. The release of "Gangnam" for JD4 should inspire additional send-ups. The Xbox 360 version of the game has an "Autodance" feature that records all of your moves and generates a music video.
This song will be the first DLC for Just Dance 4. Ubisoft intends to have it available across all platforms by November. The price wasn't detailed but will be "similar" to that of previous Just Dance DLC. Songs for Just Dance 3 ranged from $2 to $3 a pop.
JD4 is available on the PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii. A Wii U version will be arriving next month.
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