Ubisoft’s extreme sports title, STEEP, will be playable for free this weekend

Ubisoft announced today that the first free weekend for Steep will be available this weekend beginning March 10th. Players can participate in the free weekend by visiting the official website and choosing their platform.

Players who choose to purchase the game online during this free weekend can do so at a discount, and without losing their progress. Starting March 10th, there will be a 50 percent discount on Steep’s Standard Edition and a 40 percent discount for Steep’s Gold Edition on XBL until March 21st, and a 50 percent discount on Steep’s Standard Edition and a 44 percent discount for Steep’s Gold Edition on PSN until March 15th. On Ubisoft’s Store, there is a 40 percent discount for Steep’s Standard and Gold Edition until March 15th.

Steep’s most recent update added the wild, extreme peaks of Alaska’s Mount Denali, including 21 new challenges, 2 branded challenges, and one Mountain Story. In Steep’s Alaska, players can conquer new terrain, including spinelines, extreme crests, massive glaciers, new urban features, and miles of untouched nature. Two additional invitationals challenge players to raise their reputation by pushing their limits on the slopes and outdoing themselves on the leaderboards. Steep fans can continue to customise their lines and replays by donning new Alaska items and costumes.

The latest Steep title update lets players focus on the fun, with enhancements made to the tricks system and g-force impacts. Additionally, new camera angles and the ability to capture replay videos without the HUD, gives players even more freedom to show off their best stunts with the editor mode.

Have fun everyone!

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