Since its first announcement, thanks to its universe and concept, Sifu has managed to attract the attention of a large number of players. And to believe the first impressions dedicated to the game, this seems to be confirmed a priori positively with the controller in hand. Despite everything, one more detail blocks some players. This detail represents the lack of a boxed version of the game. Good news for those affected, Sifu will be entitled to a physical version. And as for the game itself, it takes place in France. Cock-a-doodle Doo!
Sifu is entitled to a boxed version on PS5 and PS4. The information is most official as it was just released by Sloclap and Microids. For those who haven’t followed it all, Sloclap is the Paris studio behind Sifu. Microids is the editor, also French, who takes care of these physical versions.
Sifu arrives a little later in physics
According to Microids, people interested in the boxed version of Sifu have to be a little more patient than others. In fact, the dematerialized version of the game will be released on PlayStation and PC consoles on February 8th. The physical edition of the game for PS5 and PS4 is planned for spring 2022.
According to Sloclap, the demand for a box version of Sifu was “gigantic
A box version is good, but what is Sifu?
As a reminder: Sifu is a title that takes inspiration from the classics of Kung Fu film. The player embodies a young apprentice who has dedicated his life to training in order to be able to satisfy his desire for revenge. In fact, his family was murdered by mysterious assassins.
In terms of gameplay, the game is at the crossroads of 3D action gaming and old-fashioned beat ’em all. Sifu also has the peculiarity that the protagonist ages by several years each time he respawns. So, rushing headlong into the crowd isn’t necessarily the best strategy.
While waiting to get their hands on Sifu, the most curious can get our first impressions of the game at this address.
Are you satisfied with the release of a boxed version of Sifu? If so, are you hoping for a collector’s edition to exist? What would you like to offer a potential collector? Do you generally wait for Sifu? Let us know what you think in the comments below.