Sloclap's indie hit Sifu is getting a release on Xbox and PC via Steam.
Announced today, Dec. 20, unique beat 'em up Sifu is getting some brand new content in the form of an Arenas Mode. Additionally, the game will be heading to both Xbox and Steam for the first time. The game was originally released on Feb. 8, 2022 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
A new trailer, which was debuted via IGN, gives players the first glimpse of the new Arenas Mode.
Both the new mode and the new platform releases will arrive in March 2023.
Of the new content, developer Sloclap said, "Successfully completing the arenas will progressively unlock a massive new modifiers batch, which doubles the current game's amount and notably brings alternative moves to the Kung Fu palette of our main character. Completing the new Arenas challenges will also unlock new cheats and exclusive new outfits."
Earlier today, Sifu received a brand new update, Patch 1.16, which went live on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PC. The update aimed to stamp out some of the game's persisting bugs, including goals not awarding currency, skills being reset, and more.