Steep – Extreme Pack now available – with Rocket Wings.

If you like Steep you’ll like this: the Extreme Pack is now available for Season Pass owners on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.  It’s also available as a separate purchase (at £7.99) for those who passed up the pass. Check out the snazzy new trailer:

The Extreme Pack is the final piece of Season Pass content for Steep, bringing three new winter sports into the game, along with new challenges, new customisation items and a new story involving crazy extreme-sports-loving cats, the Icarus Crew.

If you’re feeling brave, why not slip on a pair of Rocket Wings and soar through the snowy skies and valleys at break-neck speed (while trying to avoid a literal neck-break, obviously).  You’re also free to Speed Ride, a combination of paragliding and skiing that allows you to switch from air to ground and back with reckless abandon.  Finally, if you fancy throwing yourself off something high, there’s Base Jumping.  

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Steep, its Season Pass, and various add-ons are available right now on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.  For more on Steep, check out our previous coverage.

Steep

Steep

Release date — December 2nd, 2016
Developer — Ubisoft Annecy, Montpelier, Kiev
PEGI 12+
Ride a massive open world of the Alps and Alaska, where the powder is always fresh and the run never ends.Defy and master the world’s most epic mountains on skis, wingsuit, snowboard, and in paraglide. Go solo or drop in side by side with other players. Record and share the most insane stunts ever captured. Dare your friends to try out your custom lines, then challenge the world to beat your best tricks and relive your most epic wipeouts. The mountain is yours to explore. So strap in, suit up, and drop in.
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