Sifu update brings new difficulty options, outfits, and training mode
Boards don’t hit back…
Developer Sloclap has released the first major update to its knuckle-busting brawler RPG, Sifu. Now available on both PC and PlayStation platforms, the content drop brings with it all-new in-game features, designed to test the mettle of the finest, (and oldest) martial arts masters across the globe.
First on the agenda, the Sifu Spring Content Update adds three difficulty options, Student, Disciple, and Master. Each mode carries with it adjusted A.I., tweaked enemy response time, and alterations to the rapidity of the protagonist’s aging. Disciple represents Sifu‘s core difficulty, so those who have struggled (or dominated) thus far should look to one of the other options to fine-tune the challenge.
In addition to the new difficulty settings, the update includes two new outfits for all players, as well as one extra outfit for Deluxe Edition owners. These new duds can be applied by visiting the in-game Wuguan. An advanced training mode has also been added to Sifu, which will allow players to practice against all previously defeated enemies and bosses in order to get an attack strategy down pat. I want to see you all become Jackie Chan in Project A, stat.
Finally, a run of technical tweaks including bug fixes, improved mouse & keyboard support, a Dark Mode, HUD sharpness, and other minor adjustments have been made across the board, hoping to make your journey for vengeance more focused than ever before. Just remember to dig two graves.
Sifu is available now on PC and PlayStation.
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