Steep Winterfest Pack Launches with an Exhilarating Trailer

Steep's Winterfest Pack DLC has launched, and Ubisoft Annecy released a new trailer to celebrate.

on May 3, 2017 4:21 PM

Ubisoft Annecy announced today that the Winterfest Pack DLC for Steep is now available. Winterfest is included in the game’s Season Pass and Gold Edition, and can be purchased on its own for $11.99.

This DLC brings the new Winter Sled sport to the game, which opens up brand new ways to explore Steep’s open world. Winterfest is centered around the titular sports festival, and lets players test their skills in 21 new challenges.

New customization items have also been added, including 10 new costumes Some new costumes and equipment has also been made available to all players in the in-game shop starting today. You can check out an overview of the DLC provided by the developers below:

After taking on the Alps and Alaska on skis, snowboards, wingsuits and paragliders, Winterfest owners will be able to race down the slopes on a winter sled. Winterfest owners will also be taking part in the craziest winter sports festival ever. The start of the in-game Winterfest festival heralds the arrival of the most chilling yeti boss living in the Alps: The Beast, the veritable king of Winterfest. To take over his throne players will make their way through 21 wacky challenges such as flying through the air hunting balloons in wingsuits, evading enemy fire while careening down the mountain at breakneck speeds, and even taking on the guise of a goat-eating dinosaur. As they take on crazier feats than ever before, players will have to beat 4 mini-bosses on their way to the final challenge, a boss battle against the king himself.

You can check out some screenshots of the DLC and watch the launch trailer below. Steep is currently available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and is coming to Nintendo Switch later this year.


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