Steep Players Can Shred Down the Japan Map for Free Starting Today
For one week, players can download the beautiful Japan map for Steep completely free, as revealed before Ubisoft's E3 press conference.
Ubisoft revealed right before their E3 press conference that snowboarding game Steep‘s Japan map will be free to download for a week. They debuted the news in a new trailer showcasing the gorgeous map in its full snowy glory.
Players who already owns the base game thanks to the new Japan ticket will have permanent free access to the map. From now until June 17th at 5AM PDT, those on PS4, Xbox One, and PC will be able to visit the Steep in-game store and redeem the Japan ticket for zero Steep credits:
The Japan map includes a tons of exclusive content including four regions (Daisetsuzan, Hakuba, Zao, and Sapporo), 26 challenges, 10 feats, four mountain stories, four Snowparks, and 86 points of interest. The Japan ticket does not include Olympic events in Korea or the journey to become an Olympic champion, which will still be reserved for owners of Steep: Road to the Olympics.
The last DLC Steep received was the X Games pack, which will take players to Alaska’s X Games Village where they can take part in a number of freestyle events. From here they get the chance to test their Big Air skills, challenge the SuperPipe, or let loose on Slopestyle with new grind maneuvers to become the best in the business.
However, in bad news the Nintendo Switch version had been officially announced to be cancelled back in 2018.
If you’re interested in the game and the map, you can pick up a copy of it here.
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