If 2021 has a theme, it will likely be a “delay” in video game jargon. We said months ago that 2022 will turn into “yes beasts for computer games“Because all 2021 matches have been postponed, and the situation has not improved since then. Until Steam Deck lags Until February next year.
One of the many games that will be pushed into 2022 is SevoThe gritty, ultra-chic single who takes a year out of your life every time you kick your ass. It was supposed to come out later this year, but in July, developer Sloclap decided early 2022 would be better — the window was finally installed until February 22.
Today, however, she did not delay the match slightly, announcing that instead of February 22, Sifu will actually start on February 8.
“We have made good progress in getting our ship game ready and we are excited to be able to launch Sifu two weeks earlier than expected,” said Sluklap. It wasn’t determined how he was able to push the release two weeks ahead, but a hint has been made as to why: The studio said the new date will give fans the chance to play Sifu “an incredibly big month ahead of the highly-anticipated AAA releases.”
More than that, Sifu’s original release date of February 22 will likely be a big day. 02/22/2022 – 2 days, as Tyler cleverly puts it – it is Next Big Granny Release DateIt may be very crowded. The only thing that was specifically decided for that day at this point is Destiny 2: The Witch Queen, which is a big game, but Total War: Warhammer 3, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, Ghostwire Tokyo, Lord of the Rings: Gollum and Warhammer 40,000: Darktide are still looking for release dates in early 2022, and they can choose to take advantage of Unique history.
And even if February 22 doesn’t turn out to be a very special day for video games, after three days, the hammer falls elden ring It arrives on February 25th. No wonder Slocap wants some extra distance between Sifu and all of that.
The new release date isn’t the only Sifu news of the day. We also have a new trailer featuring Sifu’s brutal complex Fight:
And another reveals more about the game aging the system.
In my opinion, that’s what makes Sifu especially interesting. Every time you “die” in a fight, you have a chance to get up and move on – but when you die, you grow up. At first, you age by a year with each resurrection, but as you get older, your decline begins to creep in more quickly: Instead of being one year older, you’ll be two or three years old. This process enables you to become a powerful kung fu master, but time takes its toll, and if you don’t complete your quest (for revenge, of course) you will eventually suffer ultimate death.
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m terrible at this kind of game – I don’t have the patience or coordination with them – but I think Sifu looks great and I’m eager to give it a try. Sifu will be available on PC exclusively via Epic Games Store, and you can learn more at sifugame.com.