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Released late last year, Ubisoft's Steep was probably the first high-profile snowboarding game released in a long while. One that also featured skiiing, gliding, and parasailing. It featured an expansive mountain to explore and numerous events to take part in. And now, thanks to a new free update, players will be able to exlpore Alaska’s Mount Denali.

The wild, extreme peaks of Alaska’s Mount Denali open up 21 new challenges, 2 branded challenges and one Mountain Story for Steep players to conquer in new terrain, including spine-lines, extreme crests, massive glaciers, new urban features and miles of untouched wild nature. In two additional invitational challenges players will raise their reputation by pushing their limits on the slopes and and on the leaderboards. Steep fans can continue to customise their lines and replays by donning new Alaska items and costumes.

The new update also brings a number of enhancements and features to the game, including a HUD-free camera mode for more impressive replays.

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