Ubisoft’s open-world, extreme sports sim Steep will be free to play all weekend long. PS4, Xbox One and PC gamers will get completely free access to the game: ski, snowboard, paraglide and wingsuit across the entire game map including the Alps and the recently added Alaska location. Simply load up the Steep page on PSN or XBL to grab the deal. You can see the exact times and dates the game will be made available on each platform below.
This can be a great way to give the game a try without being limited to a vertical slice before buying. And you’ll be able to transfer your progress to the full game if you decide to buy it after the fact. While the game will be 50% off on all platforms at the Ubisoft Store this weekend, it has dropped that low on Amazon several times.
- Xbox One: 3/10 12:01 am PT until 3/13 11:59 pm PT
- PS4: 3/10 10 am.PT to 3/13 10 am PT
- Uplay (PC): 3/10 10 am PT to 3/13 10 am PT
Steep gives you free rein to explore a massive open world of winter sports, using skis, snowboards, paragliders, and even wingsuits to tackle competitions and traverse the beautiful slopes of the Alps and Alaska. And you can jump in for no cost from March 10-12, when Steep will be free through the weekend on Xbox One, PS4, and PC (via Uplay).
The free weekend will offer access to the entire game, giving you the chance to try out custom gear and grow your athlete’s reputation as you discover challenges, earn invites to sponsored events, and gradually unlock access to dizzying new heights and dangerous runs.
And if you decide you want to keep playing after the trial period is over, you can transfer your progress to the full game, which will be available at a 40% discount until March 13 (March 14 on PC).
The fun starts March 10 on all platforms at 10AM PST, and PC players can preload via Uplay starting March 4 at 4PM PST. PC and Xbox One owners can play until March 12 at 1PM PST, while PS4 players can keep hitting the slopes until 10AM PST on March 13.
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