Sifu is delayed to early 2022, Sloclap announced

Absolver designer Sloclap revealed that its kung fu fighter, Sifu, is postponed to early 2022.

The statement came at completion of a brand-new teaser trailer provided throughout PlayStation’s State of Play occasion on Thursday. The video game was initially slated to come out in 2021.

In the video game, you are entrusted with discovering an “ancient mystery via a series of difficult confrontations that will test your skills to their limit.” To get rid of the chances, the lead character utilizes a wonderful pendant that restores them after death. There’s simply one twist — each time your character utilizes the pendant, they age.

The brand-new trailer revealed the smooth battle that the studio is understood for in action. Sloclap billed the video game as “an artful and true-to-combat Kung Fu game exploring themes of revenge and redemption” when the studio very first revealed it.

Throughout the trailer, the primary character fights versus different challengers, taking roundhouse kicks to the head and dispensing blows in return. Regularly, the trailer consists of title cards that reveal the character’s age ticking up. As they age, their character style modifications; they end up being visibly older, and their hair turns gray.

Sifu will concern PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC (by means of the Legendary Games Shop).

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.