Extend you Steep experience & go full freestyle with the X Games Pass. - X Games DLC : discover a whole new competition in Alaska, win the gold in the most impressive snowparks in Steep’s history and overcome the X Games fierce challenges. - 90’s DLC : give your game that old school vibe and make Steep look like a 90’s winter sports game: get 3 exclusive old school customizations, the tricks, the music, it’s all from back in the day! - Rocket Wings DLC : soar through skies and valleys in the Alps & Alaska at break-neck speed with 15 new challenges for every daredevil’s favorite sport, Rocket Wings! Get 3 exclusive customizations for your Rocket Wings so you can stand out from the other riders.
The paradoxically relaxing thrill of skiing, without getting cold and wet, without having to travel up into some distant mountains, and without having to do practice a bunch of stunt combos so you can beat this track to unlock the next one. This is the Far Cry 2 of extreme sports games.
Ubisoft deserves a round of applause for addressing the industry’s severe lack of snow sport games with something bold and ambitious. Steep might suffer from play value issues, but there’s nothing comparable. For the more than 10 million skiers and snowboarders around the world, this is a moment of liberation that should go recognized.
It offers an enjoyable trip to the snowing mountains with 4 different extreme sports to explore and challenges along the way. You can push your limits and become king of the mountain or just enjoy the ride through beautiful landscapes and majestic scenery. It’s not only for the fans, everyone could give it a go.
Steep has managed to exceed my expectations, and now, after a long break, we finally have a triple-A game where you can shred down an Alpine mountain on a snowboard and fly using a wingsuit.
Technically impressive open world in the Alps, but the winter sports simulation lacks long time motivation and diversity.
It doesn’t top the best snowboarding game ever made (Amped 3), but it does provide plenty of reasons to continue traveling the Alps. Should the trick system and technical issues be resolved in a sure to occur patch, Steep will become a must play. In its current state, however, it’s best to approach with caution.
Dear fans of winter sports and speeding down a slope. Steep is a weak game that isn't worth your attention. The graphics are ugly, the technical side leaves a lot to be desired and the big open world is boring. Sure, it's not the worst game about skiing and snowboarding, but that's hardly a quote the developers want on the box, right?