Sifu will add Difficulty Modes and more Accessibility: Sifu, the most recent action game with a martial arts-inspired style developed by Sloclap, will get accessibility improvements in an upcoming update. Following its first presentation to PS5 PS5 in February of 2021. Sifu received a lot of anticipation following its debut due to its unique design and fluid combat.
The reviews that followed Sifu‘s launch have akin to those and its engaging learning curve and gorgeous art direction.
Sifu can describe as a Rogue-lite-inspired beat ’em-up which tells the tale of a child martial arts instructor who died following the assassination of a group.
If the player gets injure in battle, they come back. However, they’ll age for a full year, acquiring new skills and taking more damage, despite being less healthy. They killed their master and will seek revenge as they grow older.
Many players have compared Sifu and FromSoftware’s Dark Souls and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice because of its difficult but rewarding gameplay.
In the initial release, Sloclap confirmed that Sifu would not have difficulties settings to test the player and help them adapt to the game’s learning curve.
Sifu will add Difficulty Modes and more Accessibility
But, reports from the past confirm that Sloclap is planning to add new difficulty options to Sifu and a host of accessibility options. Including adding sound effects to the game and even new subtitle options.
In addition, Sifu will receive a high-contrast mode for games for consoles similar to the PC version that was the first to receive this feature upon launch.
Unfortunately, although Sloclap is planning to add more content for the game soon. The developer has declared that there will no plans for multiplayer since Sloclap’s team prefers to concentrate on the single-player aspects of the game more.
Sloclap’s acknowledgment of his appreciation of Sifu‘s difficult level of difficulty not unexpected. However, it is pleasing to know. That the game is getting an update to allow players to play it at their speed.
Like that, Metroid Dread also received an update that enabled players to play on a less difficult difficulty or even the most difficult possible difficulty.
The introduction of accessibility options is an excellent thing to look forward to. Since it allows more players to immerse themselves in action fully.
Some players have discovered ways to defeat Sifu and not be hurt. It’s good to know that a new feature to the game is in the works. That will give players the peace of not worrying about that part. In lieu, players can lose themselves with the thrill of the action-packed martial arts blockbuster. That will surely keep viewers’ attention.
Sifu is now available for PC, PS4, and PS5.