The dancer is a woman with pink braided hair, which has blue highlights striped around the sides of her head. She wears a pair of pink-and-black striped sunglasses, a light green-and-blue long-sleeved crop top, a pair of red-and-black striped pants with gold crosses, and a pair of cyan blue shoes. She also wears a gold necklace around her neck. At few points she turns black and white.
At the beginning, the dancer comes out of a robot. Then the background has a triangle before the chorus. Then, a patterned background with clones of the dancer, highly resembling the music video. In the verses there are two fuchsia robots like the one of the beginning in front of a background with blue and fuchsia lines, and two other clones of the dancer.
There are 4 Gold Moves in the routine: Gold Moves 1, 3 and 4: Put both arms in the air, like a flexing pose. The fourth gold move is the final move for the routine. Gold Move 2: Pat your chest and take one step back.
Built For Thisappears in Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
This is the third song by Becky G in the series; afterOath(as a featured artist) and Can't Get Enough.
This is the first Becky G song not to be a DLC.
This song is the only one to have background dancers.
This song is also the only one to not feature any other artists.
This is one of the very few songs from the main series to take many elements from the music video.
It even has the same robot from the music video.
At the end of the routine when the dancer turns into a robot, it appears to say "Built for this" before floating up.
The dancer strongly resembles the one from the Extreme version of Blurred Lines and the one for Mr. Saxobeat (As for facial expressions).
P4 from Macarena is wearing the same pair of shoes as the dancer for this song.
In the gameplay video, the resolution is resorted down when in 360p or lower because of the flashing colors that may result in seizures in people with epilepsy. Problem and Starships both had the same problem as well because the resolution did not go down in the game.
On the PAL cover of the game, the dancer is wearing differently shaped shoes (as seen with a larger version of the picture) and is not wearing her glasses.
There was a photo leaked of the dancer for this song when Just Dance 2014 came out.
The dancer lips syncs the line "You're the truth to me".
In the Mashup, some left armed moves from Video Killed the Radio Star are counted for on the Wii U, while on other consoles, including camera consoles such as the Xbox One, only his right armed movements are counted for. This is abnormal, as the remote's scoring is heavily based off the right arm.
The counted left armed movements on the Wii U usually result in an 'X'.
The beta appearance of the coach (she wears lime green shoes) appears in Party Master modes in Just Dance 2015 and 2016, and in Uptown Funk's background and Mashup.
Even though in the song's own Party Master the coach isn't beta, in the Song Switch icon she is still beta.