Sifu Surpasses 50,000 Sales on Steam in Just 4 Days

The popular martial arts game reaches a new milestone as it takes the gaming world by storm.

The martial arts-inspired action game, Sifu, has achieved an impressive new milestone. In just four days since its release on the platform, the game has sold 50,000 copies, according to the developers. With a 94% positive rating on Steam, it’s clear that Sifu has resonated with players and critics alike, building on its already considerable success across various platforms.

Sifu, developed by Sloclap, has garnered a passionate following, with its subreddit reaching 20,000 users. The developers took to the official SifuGame Twitter account to share their achievements and encourage fans to leave positive reviews on Steam.

Sifu’s subreddit reached 20k users

Sifu sold 50k units on Steam

94% Positive Review rating on Steam!

And a propos of nothing, if you enjoyed the Arenas and got 5 minutes to spare, feel free to drop a positive review on Steam. Please? :)”

Initially released on PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and Epic Games Store on PC, Sifu had already enjoyed considerable success, with publisher Kepler Interactive announcing in March that over 2 million copies had been sold. The game’s release on Steam, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S, has only added to its growing popularity.

The recent launch of Sifu’s fourth major update, the Arenas expansion, has also contributed to the game’s success. Initially announced in December, the expansion features five new game modes and 45 challenges, providing players with even more content.

Since its initial release, Sifu’s developers have been committed to updating and improving the game, offering various additions to its core gameplay mechanics. Last year’s Summer Update introduced new gameplay modifiers and a scoring system, while an earlier update added difficulty options to cater to different player preferences.

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