At E3 this year, Ubisoft revealed Just Dance 2020 for Switch, PS4, Xbox One, the upcoming Google Stadia, and Wii. Yes, an almost 13-year-old console is still being treated to the newest releases of one of gaming's biggest franchises.
The Wii first arrived on the scene back in 2006; the original model was discontinued in 2011, while the later, lower-priced horizontal variant lasted until 2013. The Wii Mini was available for a good while longer, but by this point, Nintendo was well and truly focused on the Wii U - which isn't getting Just Dance 2020, you'll notice.
Speaking to The Telegraph, Ubisoft EMEA executive director Alain Corre says that the company is happy to be "the last soldier standing" and to be publishing the last game for the console.
“I think we are the last soldier standing! We are the last game on the Wii and we are happy about that as there still a lot of fans wanting to play on it."
Whether or not any more games release for Wii in the future remains to be seen, of course, although we imagine that if anything else does launch for the remote-waggling wonder it'll more than likely be the inevitable Just Dance 2021.
He goes on to say that Just Dance 2020 "will be one of the best games on the Switch".
"Now we see they are going to the Switch and at the end of the year that Just Dance 2020 will be one of the best games on the Switch because there are more and more families playing on it, as it was in the Wii times.”
We'll find out if that truly is the case when the game launches this November.