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Zumba Burn it Up! Launching on Nintendo Switch this November

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Zumba Burn it Up! is launching on Tuesday, Nov. 19 as a Nintendo Switch exclusive title just in time for the holidays. We’re excited to tell you that digital pre-orders launch today on the Nintendo eShop.

Zumba® global movement that brings fun to fitness with over 15-million people taking classes across 186 countries will fire up for Nintendo Switch™ November 22 in Europe, published by 505 Games. Available now for pre-order from participating retailers, Zumba® Burn it Up! invites dance enthusiasts of all ages and levels to join the fitness fun with high-energy choreography to over 30 hip-shaking jams, including chart-topping hits from Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin, Ciara, Steve Aoki, Daddy Yankee, Play-N-Skillz & Elvis Crespo, Bomba Estéreo and DJ Ricky Luna ft. Nando Boom & Hisatomi and accompanied by a catalog of heart-pounding Zumba® originals guaranteed to get the party started.

Using the Nintendo Switch™ Joy-Con controllers to track movement, Zumba® Burn it Up! rewards dancers for their energy and flair, encouraging players to ‘be a little extra’ no matter where they are. Dancers will follow real-life superstar Zumba® instructors on-screen across three exhilarating game modes: ‘Single Song,’ ‘Full Class’ (offered in short, medium and long sessions) and ‘Fitness Party’, accommodating up to 4 dancers in Single Song and Full Class.

Zumba® Burn it Up! is developed by Kuju Games (Guitar Hero Live) and is complete with a variety of vivacious features including:

  • Over 30 Songs: Dance to today’s top hits and pulsating Zumba® original tracks, guaranteed to get you moving.
  • Choose Your Dance Style: Pick the intensity of your workout with a choice of fresh new choreography and classic favorites including exhilarating dance styles from around the world.
  • Superstar Instructors: Learn from the best! Real-life superstar instructors keep you motivated and on track.
  • Stunning Live-Action Visuals: Keep it cool in stylish locations with stunning live-action visuals that respond to how you play and reward your efforts.
  • Workout on the Move: Workout at home or on-the-go! No excuses – now you can fit in your favorite dance-fitness class anytime, anywhere.
  • Spark the Dance Party: Up to 4 players can join the fun!
  • Real Fitness Results: Choose from 30 classes that suit your fitness levels, set personal goals and share your achievements with friends.

Zumba® Burn it Up! Is now available for pre-order and will be available at participating retailers and digitally from the Nintendo eShop in Europe on Friday, November 22nd for £34.99.

Andrew Edneyhttp://moviesgamesandtech.com
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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