It looks like this weekend is going to be a pretty exciting one, especially for gamers. Ubisoft just announced that one of its highly rated winter game, Steep, will go free-to-play on all gaming platforms starting this weekend. And to make things a bit more interesting, Ubisoft is throwing in a few perks for those who download the game.
For anyone who is interested in trying out the game this weekend will be happy to hear that the free trial will run for three days. Starting Mar. 10, gamers can start playing the game from their consoles of PCs. The trial period will end on the 13 of March at around 6pm GMT. The free trial extends to the entire game as well. Meaning, players will be able to access the game in full. They will be able to join trials and online competitions within the game trial period.
In addition to the full access, anyone who thinks they want the game for themselves will be able to take advantage of Ubisoft’s game discount. Participants of the free-to-play weekend will get 40 percent slashed off of the original standard game price should they decide to buy it. This is a very nice deal since participants of the free-to-play weekend get to keep their progress and continue where they dropped off.
Steep is an open world extreme winter video game that was released last December. The game is available on all gaming platforms apart from the new Nintendo Switch. It features four distinct game modes, snowboarding, skiing, wingsuit flying, and paragliding. Players also have an option to participate in online competitions as the game heavily centers on online gameplay.
The latest patch for the game includes Alaska’s Mount Denali peak, 21 new challenges, and 2 branded challenges, as well as one Mountain story. Steep is available on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC for $59.99.