Sifu Launches on Xbox and Steam with New Arenas Mode
Sifu, the indie beat 'em up title from developer Sloclap, is coming to Xbox and Steam in 2023. The game was previously released exclusively on PlayStation consoles and PC via the Epic Games Store in February 2022 and has received critical acclaim for its satisfying melee combat and compelling art direction. The post-launch support for Sifu is showing no signs of slowing down, having received new difficulty options, gameplay modifiers, and cosmetic skins. Now, a new Arenas mode is being added to the game.
The Arenas mode, which was announced earlier this year, is a free update that will allow players to battle each other in an online arena. Players will be able to customize their characters with various cosmetic skins and will be able to choose from a variety of different game modes, such as 1v1, 2v2, and 3v3. Players will also be able to earn rewards for their performance in the Arenas mode.
The Arenas mode is the latest in a series of updates that have been released for Sifu since its launch. The game has also received new difficulty options, gameplay modifiers, and cosmetic skins. These updates have been praised by players for adding to the game's replayability and making it even more enjoyable.
Sifu was also nominated for several awards at the most recent Game Awards, including Best Action Game, Best Independent Game, and Best Fighting Game - despite not even being a fighting game.
Sifu is an excellent example of a game that has continued to receive post-launch support and updates. The new Arenas mode is sure to add to the game's replayability and will be sure to please fans of the game. The consistent updates and post-launch support for Sifu are a testament to the developers' commitment to providing a great experience for players.