'Steep' Release Date, News & Update: Ubisoft's Extreme Sports Game Holding Open Beta, Sign Up on November 9

By Olivia Cavallaro , Updated Oct 31, 2016 05:24 AM EDT

We have a little over a month before Ubisoft's new open-world extreme sports game "Steep" arrives to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC. But gamers can actually take "Steep" for a test drive as long as they sign up on November 9 for the open beta taking place next month.

According to Gamespot, Ubisoft's extreme sports game is holding an open beta on Monday, November 10, which will run until Friday, November 14. There will be another "Steep" open beta on Tuesday, November 18 to Friday the 21st. Fans would like to participate in the open beta for "Steep" must head over to the game's official website to sign up on November 9.

Ubisoft recently unveiled a press release stating that the "Steep" beta will enable gamers to explore the diverse adventures of the game, including the challenges set by three locations inspired by the Alps: the Aravis, the Tyrol, and the Needles. Aside from adventures, gamers will also find that "Steep" will have nine narrative-based challenges called Mountain Stories that will let gamers unlock new gear and let them customize their characters.

When Ubisoft's "Steep" comes out on December 2, gamers will be able to participate in skiing, wingsuiting, snowboarding, and paragliding in the aforementioned locations. Gamers can play solo or go multiplayer, in a coop or competitive mode. Primarily, gamers will find themselves in the Alps, but a free post-launch update promises an additional mountain n Alaska.

Ubisoft's "Steep" was first unveiled during this year's E3 and according to PC Gamer, the second beta that will be held on November 18 to 21st is in fact free for all. For those who want to join the earlier beta, however, make sure to sign up on November 9. "Steep" arrives on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC on December 2. Check out the videos below for more.

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