Saturday, November 19, 2022

Hit the slopes in Winter Games 2023 For PC and Game Systems + My Son's Thoughts

Experience ten different winter sports disciplines in the ultimate winter holiday for up to four players.

Players will be able to dive into a realistic winter sports game that offers popular snow and ice sports in thrilling, fast-paced, competitive fun for all ages. It’s not winter yet, but winter sports fans can hit the virtual snow from home and compete on slopes all over the world.


  • Ten winter sport disciplines to enjoy including Biathlon, Downhill, Super-G, Skeleton, Speed Skating, Two-Man Bobsled, Ski Jumping, Ski Cross, Snowboard Cross and Curling
  • Local Co-Op multiplayer mode which allows for up to four players to engage in winter competition together
  • Over 50 nations to choose from and represent
  • Wide variety of adaptable competition modes and trophies to allow for endless replayability
  • Difficulty options for beginners and pros, making the game accessible for all players
  • Create your own Winter Sports event with a user-defined mode that allows for a more personalized experience
Including ten well-known Olympic sports disciplines from ski jumping to the skeleton, Winter Games 2023 is an exciting and action-packed sports game for the whole family. Players can challenge world records, compete for the best track times, and aim for gold in ready-to-play cups against up to three friends or solo against AI competition.

Winter sports athletes will encounter the thrills of breathtaking heights and speed with Winter Games 2023. And thanks to the convincing 3D graphics, players can experience the ultimate winter vacation.

Winter Games 2023 will be available from retailers and as a digital version for PlayStation 4|5, ( $ 29.99) and Nintendo Switch ($ 39.99). Winter Games 2023 is also available as a purely digital version on PC ($ 29.99) and XBOX ($ 29.99)


My son the gamer told me that he thinks playing alone was boring but he could see how playing with up to 4 friends would be exciting especially if you are a die hard gamer. He loves playing against others and spends most of his day doing so.

He felt that the controls were easy to follow, the game has great graphics and he also thought it was fun learning about some sports he didn't even know were a thing. He is now excited to watch the next winter Olympics with us. 

See his explanation in the video above. I wish I could play but honestly, I am the worst about trying to navigate games that require hand and eye coordination. 

My son thinks it should absolutely be included in my Holiday Gift Guide so I have included it.

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