Steep Star #7: Tergo0
03/28/2017 09:00 AM
What name do you go by?
Tergo0 on Steep, as you can tell, Tergo was already taken. On YouTube my user name is Kalli.
What’s your primary Playstyle?
Freestyle for sure. I enjoy doing all kinds of tricks on my snowboard and ski, which frankly really boils down to only two or three tricks. I tend to point my sticks in the same directions over and over again just to keep myself from falling :D
Your favorite sport to play in Steep?
I really love the wingsuit and especially the proximity flying challenges. There is just something magical about being 5 inches above the ground and have that 'KO' sign slammed in my face everytime I try to get even closer to incoming rocks or trees. When my character hits a boulder or a power pole, I keep playing 'Don't Dream It's Over' by Crowded House in my head.
Probably the new village location in Alaska, it really gives you more options to do cool tricks and it has some amazing grinding spots. Although I really wonder how all residents would react if they were able to see me grinding their cars and roofs 16 times a day.
The best achievements in Steep are pretty much always connected to failing and failing and failing and eventually winning the challenge you tried to beat for the previous 8 hours. Like La Fieuse, which took me nearly hundreds of attempts to even get through its first few moments. Don't even get me started on getting the Gold medal on those kind of challenges... If I manage to go through them without a scratch and only win the Silver medal, that's okay, right? Right?
What you do besides playing Steep?
I'm currently studying hard, or better, I'm hardly studying when you look at my current Steep playtime. Nonetheless, my studies do take up a lot of time right now and besides that I love playing guitar, hanging out with friends and getting lectured on my poor Steep skills on YouTube.
Your wildest dream about Steep?
I'm really excited to see the upcoming stuff that is supposed to come with the Season Pass. I love what Ubisoft Annecy has done with Steep since its release. The free Alaska Map alone is a sign that there are good guys behind this, they care about their community. My wildest dream about Steep is that the game can sell well enough that there will eventually be a sequel. I'm not quite sure what needs to be improved, but a new region alone will be enough to keep me playing.