Ubisoft's 'Steep' Beta Registration Is Now Available
Is it possible to go skiing, while avoiding your feet from getting wet? Or you might want your ankles to be free while snowboarding? Or going into paragliding while not worrying about any heights? Now, Ubisoft will let you experience all of these, before anyone else. You may start registering for their closed alpha test for their forthcoming extreme sport game - Steep. The player can put on a wingsuit and instantly jump off from a virtual mountain, however, the good thing is - you will not suffer from any expected major physical harm.
Steep will be released on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It will be released on December 2, 2016. At present, the developers are trying to open up the game, only to a few alpha testers. There will be a beta testing soon after the said alpha test. Visiting the game's website and signing up to this offer may let you qualify as one of the alpha testers. Just like all closed alpha and beta tests, the slot for this offer is not a guarantee. That is why every interested player is encouraged to sign-up for this opportunity.
This year's E3 revealed the game. The extreme sports action game was made by Ubisoft to give its players a real virtual experience of these extreme sports. According to Player Attack, Steep somewhat held on to its uniqueness, as compared with other games that may be purchased on the market. This holiday season, let your adrenaline rush take you on a new level. If you are not comfortable leaving your comfort zone at home, you can still experience the vast action from the outside - through Steep.
According to Game Rant, Steep allows its players to go beyond the limits of linear lines and areas that have been dominating the scene for quite some time already. In gameplay aspects, Steep would like to break records. That is why this test opportunity was created to generate more data from players, before it would go into its final launch.
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