From its initial announcement, Sifu has succeeded thanks to its universe and its concept to attract the attention of a large number of players. And to believe the first impressions dedicated to the game, this a priori positive seems to be confirmed with the controller in hand. Despite everything, for some players, a detail still blocks. This detail is the absence of the boxed release of the game. Good news for those concerned, Sifu will be entitled to a physical version. And as for the game itself, it is in France that it happens. Cock-a-doodle Doo!
Sifu will be entitled to a boxed version on PS5 and PS4. The information is most official since it has just been announced by Sloclap and Microids. For those who haven’t followed everything, Sloclap is the Parisian studio behind Sifu. Microids is the publisher, also French, which will take care of these physical versions.
Sifu arrives in physics but a little later
According to Microids, people interested in the boxed version of Sifu will need to be a little more patient than others. Indeed, the dematerialized version of the game will be released on February 8 on PlayStation and PC consoles. The PS5 and PS4 physical edition of the game is slated for spring 2022.
According to Sloclap, the demand for a boxed version of Sifu was “huge. “At this time, it has not yet been clarified whether the game will benefit from different physical editions on the two platforms. For example, it is not known whether the game will receive a Collector’s Edition in addition to an Edition. standard.
A boxed version is good, but what is Sifu?
As a reminder, Sifu is a title that draws its inspiration from the classics of Kung-Fu film. The player here embodies a young apprentice who has dedicated his life to training to be able to satisfy his desire for revenge. Indeed, his family was murdered by mysterious assassins.
In terms of gameplay, the game is at the crossroads of the 3D Action game and the old-fashioned Beat ’em All. Sifu also has the particularity of making the protagonist age several years with each respawn. So rushing headlong into the crowd is not necessarily the best strategy.
While waiting to get their hands on Sifu, the most curious can find our first impressions on the game. These are available at this address.
Are you happy with the release of a boxed version of Sifu? If so, do you hope for the existence of a collector’s edition? What would you like a potential collector to offer? Generally speaking, are you waiting for Sifu? Give us your opinion in the comments below.