Steep Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** An extreme sports simulation game set in an online, open world. The majority of the trophies are not particularly difficult, but obtaining a gold medal on most events can be challenging.
Steep is an extreme sports simulation online game. Players participate in skiing, snowboarding, paragliding, and wingsuit flying events in an open-world environment shared with other online players. The setting includes the Alps and Denali (Mount McKinley) with other international mountains available as downloadable content.
Players can switch between first and third-person perspective, are awarded points for performing tricks during races, and capture screenshots of their performance through a pause and rewind system.
Steep received mixed reviews with an average score of 72%, praised for its open world, environments, and events, though criticized by some for being online-only and lacking direction.
The vast majority of the trophies are not particularly difficult and won't take up too much time. However, obtaining a gold on the events can be quite demanding, as some of these require a fair bit of precision. Though frustrating at times, the Platinum is still doable for any average gamer with enough practice and patience.
While the Platinum could be earned in 25-30 hours of gameplay, it could require more, as this game is heavily skill dependent.
Your first ultimate goal is to reach Level 25, and you can start on that by playing through each of the events. Don't worry if you don't get gold just yet. Try to get at least a bronze during this first step. There are a total of 118 events, though you just need 115 bronze medals for the Challenge Accepted trophy. We also recommend using your binoculars before each event to find drop zones, to make the next step a little easier.
Once that's done and you've unlocked your first chunk of trophies, it's time to use your binoculars to find all 110 drop zones for the And You Shall Find trophy, and all 149 points of interest for the Tour Guide trophy. Some of these locations will not unlock until you've reached Level 25, which is why we stated earlier how that should be your ultimate goal in the previous step.
Finally, it's time to obtain a total of 115 gold medals on the events. By now you should be pretty used the game and its controls, and won't find the majority of the events too difficult to get the gold. Some, however, will try your patience. Keep in mind that there are a total of 118 events, so you can skip the three you find the most trying. Just keep practicing, and you'll get it.
Lo Key has a great Trophy Guide here:
A video demonstration of The End Of The World trophy, by Lo Key:
And Lo Key's video demonstration of the No More Secrets trophy:
And PSTHC has a video demonstration of the Scoring Master trophy:
A Wiki Guide on IGN:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: