Steep Season Pass Detailed; Intense Trailer Shows an Epic Amount of Extreme Snowboarding

Jorge Jimenez
Posted Nov 9, 2016
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Some tips when heading down the mountain. Ubisoft just detailed everything about the Steep Season Pass, an open-world snowboarding game with a unique online component.

Each Pack will roll over the course of the year after release in December. Each pack will also be sold separately for those who don’t buy the Steep Season Pass, which will include the following DLC:

  • Winter Fest Pack introduces the winter sled and puts players’ skills to the test with its new array of challenges. It will also offer fun new exclusive costumes.
  • Extreme Pack adds three new exhilarating sports: rocket wings, base-jumping and speed gliding. New exclusive costumes will also be part of the Extreme Pack.
  • Adrenaline Pack includes the Moonlight Pack, featuring 3 unique night-time challenges and equipment packs for players to show off their style while shining in the dark, along with new costumes, new outfits, new boards and wingsuits.
  • Season Pass holders will have access to exclusive costumes including a very fetching snowman outfit, helicopter tickets to reach uncharted destinations quickly, and 10,000 Steep Credits at launch on December 2nd.

The 101 trailer below gives us the run down of the open-world snowboarding game full of online players who you can challenge in numerous different events. The better you perform unlocks new peaks and more dangerous helicopter drops, and goodies that you can kit your character with.

Steep will be available on December 2nd on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. If you need a snowboarding fix, check out our review for Mark McMorris Infinite Air in case you’re looking hit the powder before Steep comes out.

You can sign up for Beta right on the Steep website. The first beta phase will begin November 10th through 14th and second runs from November 18th to 21st. Additionally, Steep will have two beta phases from November 10th to 14th and from November 18th to 21st.

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