You may remember during last year’s E3 independent developer OXYGENE MEDIA (previously O2 Games) announced a Kinect 2 version of their dancing game Baila Latino. Well, during this year’s E3 they’ve finally given us some idea of when it will be released as they’ve announced it will be released for Xbox One in Q2 2016. Since Q2 represents April, May and June that means Baila Latino should be released by the end of this month!

You can watch a trailer above and read more info in the following press release:

 

Prestigious Carolyn Smith Dance Academy Plays Host To The Release Of Baila Latino Available On Xbox ONE, PS4 and Wii U

E3 2016 Learn To Dance Like A PRO Dancer!

Get ready to bust a move with the release of Baila Latino available from the European Nintendo e-Store, in Q2 2016 for Xbox One entertainment system and in Q3 2016 for Playstation 4, from games developer and publisher OXYGENE MEDIA. Baila Latino is an inspiring dance title suitable to players of all ages and experience levels.

Dancing is great for your mind, your body and your soul, and Baila Latino offers 20 of the very best Latin America dance tracks carefully chosen by the developer, and includes professional choreography by the qualified dancers Carlo Romano and Vera Sokolova from the prestigious Carolyn Smith Dance Academy. Played solo or up to four/six players in multiplayer with family and friends, lyrics appear on the screen as you show off your dance moves and others singalong!

Baila Latino is a groovy family-friendly game with fantastic music, great gameplay and multiple modes of play. In Single Dance mode you challenge and compete against other players with a single track, while Throw-Out mode eliminates the player with the lowest score. Battle mode and Endurance mode offers 3 and 5 dances respectively, with the winner having the highest score and eternal bragging rights! Are you ready to take on your friends?

 

 

There’s no price yet but it should be cheap since it’s an ID@Xbox game. Do you like the look of Baila Latino? Let us know in the comments below or in our Kinect 2 Games Forum.

 

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