October 13, 2017

Steep goes for the gold this December

Ubisoft has today announced that Steep: Road to the Olympics will be releasing for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on December 5th. Check out the latest trailer of the game below.

In Steep: Road to the Olympics story mode, players will experience the journey of a young athlete training in three freestyle events (Big Air, Half Pipe and Slopestyle) to reach the Olympic Winter Games and be the first athlete ever to win gold in 3 freestyle disciplines. The competition takes place in the unique South Korean mountains, where the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 are being held this coming February. Players will also be able to explore the mountains of Japan, carving through unique powder and exceptional environments.

Those who already own the base game, will be able to buy the expansion and add to the game, if you are someone like myself who did not buy the game last year, when the expansion is released a full retail copy will be sold, which includes both the base game and the Road to the Olympics and wrapped up as the Steep: Winter Games Gold Edition.

Before each challenge, players will be treated to training tips and insights from Olympians on the variety of Steep: Road to the Olympics events, track designs and the competition itself. Video testimonials from 10 legends and rising stars will be integrated in-game: Lindsey Vonn, American Alpine Skiier who has won numerous competitions including a gold medal in the downhill event at the Olympic Winter Games 2010; Kevin Rolland, French freestyle skier and progressive risk taker who won an Olympic bronze medal in the halfpipe at the  Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014; Sage Kotsenburg, American snowboarder who won the first-ever Olympic gold medal in men's snowboard slopestyle at the  Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014; Ayumu Hirano, Japanese competitive snowboarder who won an Olympic silver medal in the halfpipe 2014 Olympics; Alexis Pinturault, a French alpine ski racer and Olympic medalist in 2014 for Giant Slalom; Tessa Worley, a French competitor of all five alpine disciplines and specialist of Giant Slalom; the Australian snowboarder Scotty James, a 2x world Halfpipe champion and 2017 Superpipe champion; Gus Kenworthy, a American freestyle skier who won the silver medal in Ski Slopestyle at the Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014; young American snowboarder and 2017 Slopestyle snowboarding champion, Julia Marino and Bode Miller, an Olympic gold medalist and the most decorated male American alpine ski racer of all time.

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