Steep Update 1.04 Launches, Free Alaska DLC Coming In February

The Alaska DLC coming February 10.

Posted By | On 28th, Jan. 2017 Under News

The winter extreme sports game known as Steep has struggled a bit since it was first released. That doesn’t mean Ubisoft isn’t going to try and drum up some late support for the title.

One Friday, the company, alongside Ubisoft Annecy announced it had officially released update 1.04 and that free DLC for Steep is coming in just over a week. The update has brought a few tweaks, including jumping accuracy as well as an improvement to the mountain view display.

Now that the base game has been worked on a bit more, the firm is hoping offering some more free content will get people more interested. The free Alaska DLC is going to have a new map and some new events, and it will be landing on February 10. Beyond that, there isn’t a ton of information on just what we should expect but free is always good.


  • Tweaks to jumping accuracy
  • Scaled back the destructiveness of G-force impacts
  • Improved the Mountain View display


Welcome Dashboard – Displays the most important in-game news and suggests content for players’ current game session.

Live Page – Provides more info on the Steep World Tour and current series going on, as well as which Community Challenges are available to play.

Steep World Tour – A recurring competitive tournament open to all Steep players. Check out the Live Page for more details, including tournament phase and ranking information.

Community Challenges – Challenges made by the Community, for the Community! Selected trail challenges created by the community will be highlighted and made available to all players as a Community Challenge to beat. Look for them in the new Live Page!

New Customization Items – Shhh… they’re a surprise! More will be revealed in due time.

Director Mode – Provides more freedom and Replay Mode options (such as camera types and ambiance) for players to get even more creative in their replay videos.

Hide HUD – And last but not least (and because you asked for it!)… You now have the option to hide the HUD while riding or creating replay videos. You can toggle the HUD display by going into OPTIONS -> VIDEO.

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