Published on February 13th, 2023 | by Adrian Gunning

Microids unveils the retail editions of Sifu for Xbox Series X and Xbox One!

Sloclap and publisher Microids are delighted to announce that Sifu’s both Standard Edition and limited “Vengeance Edition” for Xbox Series X and Xbox One are available for pre-order. Famous for its hit multiplayer game Absolver (2017), the Parisian studio comes back with its sophomore title offering a mix of high-octane action set against a backdrop of Kung Fu and revenge.

The Xbox Series X and Xbox One retail versions of Sifu will be available in April 2023.

The Vengeance Edition will include:

  • The game on Xbox One/Xbox Series X
  • An exclusive SteelBook® case
  • ‘The Art of Sifu’ print artbook
  • The original game score (digital)
  • 3 lithographs

The Arenas: New, massive expansion coming in March 2023, adding hours of gameplay!

The Arenas Mode is the perfect way to extend your experience with Sifu. Taking advantage of the game’s fortes – tight Kung Fu combat mechanics, cinematic action, stunning visuals, and stylised art direction – the Arenas put it all in a new context.

The expansion places you in undiscovered, isolated locations to face unique challenges which focus on extending and varying the gameplay, putting the environment to its best use, and calling attention to an array of action movie references under their best gaming light.

About Sifu

Sifu follows the story of a young person who witnesses the death of their father and embarks on a quest for revenge after eight years of training in the ways of Kung Fu. In short, you can be the movie martial arts master with the fists and feet of fury they dreamed about.

The game brings to the table an immersive third-person action formula marrying intense hand-to-hand combat gameplay with an age-loop twist.

Sifu is currently available on PC (Epic Games Store), PlayStation® 5, PlayStation®4, and Nintendo Switch.


About the Author'

Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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