Ubisoft announced yes­ter­day their win­ter-sport game Steep, would be receiv­ing some free DLC on Feb­ru­ary 1oth.

The DLC is titled “Alas­ka” and will fea­ture new maps and events. Yes­ter­day also brought Update 1.04, which brought improve­ments and addi­tions to Steep. Based on the com­mu­ni­ties feed­back, the devs made tweaks to jump­ing accu­ra­cy, scaled back the destruc­tive­ness of G‑force impacts, improved the Moun­tain View dis­play, and what they described as “much more”.

The biggest change made was the Steep World Tour Tour­na­ment. This is a month­ly com­pe­ti­tion series begin­ing yes­ter­day in an event called Back­coun­try. It starts on a race in the cursed moun­tain, with the qual­i­fi­er chal­leng­ing play­ers to score 5,ooo points to stay in com­pe­ti­tion. Finals for this tour begin in Feb­ru­ary. Below is a very long pic­ture that bet­ter describes this tour. It also has a goat:

Steep Gets Free DLC Along With a World Tour Tournament

Devel­op­ers will also pick out some of the most out­stand­ing play­er-cre­at­ed chal­lenges and make them wide­ly avail­able as new Com­mu­ni­ty Chal­lenges, which push play­ers to rack up high scores and com­pete to become a challenge’s leader. Com­mu­ni­ty Chal­lenges will also fea­ture appear­ances by the devel­op­ers them­selves, giv­ing play­ers a chance to beat Steep’s cre­ators.