New update for Audition: Season 4 launched with Club Dance 3 feature and song by Medina

Munich, Germany, December 13, 2012. The free-to-play dancing and party game Audition is going into its fourth season. In the latest update, Audition offers four fresh dancefloor hits, several holiday outfits, new items for the Couple Garden mode, and the third expansion to the Club Dance game mode. One of the four songs is by Danish artist Medina, who has integrated her current single "Boring (It's too late)" from her new album "Forever 2.0" into Audition as a virtual dance hit.

In the new update to the Club Dance 3 game mode, players join up in pairs. On a brand new stage, the dancing couples can show off their graceful moves in a competition. A delightful ending sequence shows the winning couple being photographed in one of four possible poses and receiving additional DEN points as a prize. New decorations for the Couple Garden mode complete the Season 4 update.

Exclusively for Season 4, ProSiebenSat.1 Games is cooperating with Starwatch Entertainment, the in-house music and entertainment company of the ProSiebenSat.1 Group, and Danish musician Medina. Medina achieved her breakthrough in the European market with her dance hit "You and I", and gave her last concert of the year as part of the Telekom Street Gigs event series in early December. The charismatic singer now becomes a part of the dancing and party game Audition through her cooperation agreement with ProSiebenSat.1 Games and the song "Boring (It‘s Too Late)" (released on December 6, 2012) from her current album "Forever 2.0" (released on December 7, 2012).

Moreover, Audition includes three more new songs for the launch of Season 4:

·         SL Curtiz, Lucas Reyes & Rio Dela Duna feat. Michelle Martinez: No No, Not I (Vocal Club Mix)

·         Christian Weber feat. Jay Rocves: Up (Video Mix)

·         Voodoo & Serano: Overload 2011 (CJ Stone Edit)

For more information about Audition please visit http://www.audition.alalplaya.net

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