PlayStation-exclusive martial arts game, Sifu, gets a 2022 release date and trailer


By Ray Ampoloquio August 25, 2021

Sloclap has finally revealed a release date for its latest game.

According to Sloclap, the same people behind Absolver, the PlayStation-exclusive martial arts game is going to release on February 22, 2022.

This comes just a little over a month after Sloclap confirmed that it was going to delay Sifu until 2022.

However, with a six-month cushion between now and then, it's safe to say that Sloclap isn't going to postpone Sifu to a later date anymore.

The latest news about Sifu comes from Sloclap at Gamescom 2021.

The upcoming title puts players in the shoes of a martial arts master.

One of the biggest draws of the game is that your character gets older after every defeat.

This means that the more you lose, the faster your character will go from pupil to master.

Everything about Sifu sounds and looks absolutely amazing.

The PlayStation-exclusive title will also be available on the PC as an Epic Games Store exclusive

Sloclap might take the lull period until the game's release in February 2022 as a chance to improve gameplay.

For our own selfish purposes, we're hoping that Sloclap has more to Sifu to show before the year ends.

Sifu is set to release in alongside heavy hitters such as Horizon Forbidden West.

The upcoming Saints Row reboot is also set to release in February 2022. 

Stay tuned to Xfire for more Sifu news!