Appearance of the DancerThe dancer is a man with brown hair and a stubble and wears a green jacket over a yellow shirt, and red shorts. At one point, he holds hands with the backup dancers and turns completely yellow. His shoes are green and orange. He also has an orange backwards cap that covers part of his brown hair and an orange whistle.
The background changes very often throughout the routine: first, it's green and yellow with white hearts, then it changes to red and yellow with white doves. During the chorus, many silhouettes of boys playing football appear behind him, and, after that, there are girls' silhouettes dancing. After the Gold Move 3, it returns green and yellow with a big green shaded sun, yellow silhouettes of girls and boys and confetti rain. At the end, the background is red and yellow with green silhouettes.
Gold MovesThere are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1 and 2: Hit the air with your right fist and kick with your left leg like your kicking an invisible ball.
Gold Move 3: Simply point your right hand to the screen.
The World Is Ours appears in the following Dance Quest maps:
- Technically, this song can be earned by:
- US and Canada: Restricted, unless the countries of certain consoles are changed.
- This is the second song related with football (a.k.a. soccer in America), after Futebol Crazy on Just Dance 2.
- This is the third free DLC overall, after Firework and Roar. It is followed by Break Free in Just Dance 2015
- This is the third song to be changed from a free DLC to a pay-to-play DLC. The first song was Crazy Christmas, the second was Here Comes the Hotstepper, and the fourth is Movement is Happiness (Find Your Thing).
- According to the Just Dance Facebook page, the song has restrictions on U.S. and Canada.
- If you are in the restricted countries, you can change your country with VPN to get the song.
- This is the first region-locked free downloadable song.
- Some of the last moves are in a Hold My Hand mode.
- This makes it the first song to change modes during the course of the routine.
- This is also the first Hold My Hand mode to be available on camera consoles (Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS4 [camera]) and Just Dance Now.
- This song was leaked on April 26, 2014 by Dolphin Emulator users who had used exploits to get DLCs for the game.
- The choreography is performed by Kevin H-Aim.
- Before the song was released worldwide in the game, along with Movement is Happiness (Find Your Thing), the player would be able to get this song by Just Dance Now coding.
- Before The World Is Ours was restricted once again in Just Dance Now, if you tried to select the song through your phone, it will say that you will need to dance for 7 days to unlock it. However, if you tried to start it up though your PC screen, the song would play. It is unknown if this was a glitch or not.
- On April 14th, 2015, the restriction for this song and Movement is Happiness (Find Your Thing) was removed for the day on Just Dance Now. However, on April 15th, 2015, the restriction was put back in place, making it unable to play in the US and Canada once again.
- The restriction was once again removed on 14th August 2015 after The Choice Is Yours was added and hasn't been restored since then.
- The song was accessible if you added it to your favorites before the restriction was added back in the NTSC region, along with Movement is Happiness (Find Your Thing); However, Ubisoft has released a patch where the songs can no longer be accessible through your favorites section.
- This is the first song to be promoted by Coca-Cola; it is followed by Movement is Happiness (Find Your Thing), The Choice Is Yours and Taste The Feeling.
- This is the only song promoted by Coca-Cola to be released in the main series' game first, instead of Just Dance Now.
- In Just Dance Unlimited, the song uses it's Just Dance 2014 square instead of it's Just Dance Now square.
- The square on Just Dance Now was later changed on October 22nd, 2015.
- On October 22nd, 2015, Movement Is Happiness (Find Your Thing) replaced The World is Ours.
- This also caused the Coca-Cola 7 Day challenge to be removed.
- In the beta stages, the lyrics were dark blue and they didn't fade.
- There is a Collaboration Video for this song featuring Just Dancers all over the world including UbiMouss.
- This song was originally going to have featured Aloe Blacc. If it was, this could have been his second song on Just Dance, after Wake Me Up.
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