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Game Information

Available on:PCFeb 14, 2019

Developers: Crytek, Poppermost Productions, WastedStudios

Genres: Simulation, Sports

Experience the Mountain

SNOW is the only free-to-play, open world, winter sports game. Explore a massive mountain on snowboard, skis and snowmobile, customize your character with clothing and equipment and compete in competitive events. Or head online and explore the mountain together with other players!

For more information and updates, visit the SNOW Blog or chat with the Developers on Discord.

KEY FEATURES
//Open-World
Explore Sialia, a massive alpine mountain handcrafted for the game. Descend Sialia’s four faces and discover hidden valleys, mountain towns, old ruins and much more.

//Authentic
Feel the snow beneath you as your ride down the mountain on skis or snowboard. SNOW has been built as a completely physics driven game to give you the most realistic skiing experience ever.

//Customization
Customize your look from head to toe from a catalogue of over 300 items.

//Multiplayer
Ride with your friends in Free Roam Multiplayer and experience the mountain together.

//Create
Customize your mountain by placing props and other features anywhere you like. Use jumps to access new areas or place other props to approach an area in a new way.

//Compete
Prove your skill by competing in real events from around the world, like X Games Aspen, Suzuki’s Nine Knights, and Jon Olsson’s Invitational. Go for the Gold Medal to unlock exclusive event items and rewards.

Trailers

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SNOW 1.0.0 Launch Trailer

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SNOW - Snowboarding Launch Trailer

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SNOW Open Beta Launch Trailer

Screenshots

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Reviews

PC Invasion

PC Invasion

SNOW has some charm to it, but it's brought down by large and small issues such as weighty controls, frustrating design choices, and technical glitches.

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