In an unexpected crossover event, Ubisoft is bringing League of Legends’ K/DA to Simply Dance 2021. Beginning today, the track “DRUM GO DUM” is available totally free in the game, and will be offered for three months, at which point the tune will end up being a Simply Dance Unlimited map. The in-game group is made up of Legends Ahri, Kai’Sa, Evelynn and Akali, who are voiced by singers Miyeon, Jaira Burns, Madison Beer, and Soyeon, respectively. The track “DRUM GO DUM” also includes real-life artists Aluna, Wolftyla, and Bekuh Boom. In a news release, Simply Dance 2021 imaginative director Matthew Tomkinson discussed the crossover.

” We’re so fired up to work together with musical phenomenon K/DA to bring “DRUM GO DUM” to Simply Dance this year,” stated Tomkinson. “We had the ability to deal with K/DA’s innovative group to produce this map, integrating K/DA’s main choreography and design to produce the ideal tribute to the group’s dance track in their EP, ALL OUT. We’re actually happy with the outcome and can’t wait for the Just Dance community to lastly see it!”

At this time, it remains to be seen whether additional tracks from K/DA will be included to Just Dance 2021. K/DA’s All Out EP was launched previously this month, and includes 4 tracks besides “DRUM GO DUM.” This is not the very first time that a K/DA song has appeared in a different publisher’s video game; the single “Pop/Stars” also appeared in the video game Beat Saber earlier this year.

It will be intriguing to see the effect these crossovers have on the popularity of K/DA. The Simply Dance franchise has actually been a huge success for Ubisoft, and the crossover will present numerous players to the virtual group’s music. League of Legends developer Riot Games has actually been reserved concerning the group’s future, however should the track show effective enough, it might lead to a great deal of need for more music!

Just Dance 2021 is available now on Nintendo Change, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Google Stadia. You can take a look at all of our previous coverage of the game right here.

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