Kepler Interactive has announced over $50 million in revenue for its first operation year, with Scorn and Sifu being hugely successful.
The free expansion adds five new game modes, like Survival and Time Attack, across nine locations with 45 challenges to complete.
Sloclap's kung fu brawler will finally be making its way over to Xbox and PC next year, coinciding with a new mode's release.
Reduce your age by slaying foes with Vampire or one-hit-kill everything with Touch of Death. New cheats and outfits are also available.
The upcoming replay editor will allow players to clip up gameplay moments and add plenty of cinematic flair to them.
SloClap's martial arts brawler launched for PlayStation and PC earlier this year. It'll be available on the Switch on November 8.
The update adds a new Scoring System, eight Cheats, and 11 Modifiers, along with new Goals and two new outfits to unlock.
Completing different challenges in Arenas nets currency for purchasing new modifiers, and unlocking more levels and challenges.
The martial arts brawler's upcoming update will be out in a new days, bringing gameplay modifiers, a new scoring system, and new outfits.
A few of the many modifiers coming to the kung fu brawler include low gravity, bullet time, increased attack speed for enemies, and much more.
Check out some of the free outfits that can be unlocked along with the different accessibility features added in the recent patch.
Patch 1.08, which is live now, adds in difficulty options, a new advanced training mode, a new Outfit feature, and much more.
It includes a physical copy of the Standard Edition, a SteelBook case, "The Art of Sifu" book, the digital OST and three lithographs.
Opt for less aggressive enemies with simpler combos on Student difficulty or tackle tougher foes and new boss patterns in Master mode.
Gameplay modifiers, Advanced Scoring, additional outfits, a Replay Editor and a new game mode, Arenas, are coming to the game for free this year.
The red and black suit will be available for both the male and female protagonist, and included with the major update coming in early May.
Update 1.07 has gone live for SloClap's kung fu brawler Sifu on PC, and will be available on PlayStation consoles on Monday.
Sloclap has confirmed more than 10 million hours played since launch with over 150,000 players having defeated the final boss.
Developer Sloclap also confirmed that more updates would be added in future updates. Fans can share their ideas in the meantime.
"Small tweaks" for the second level along with global optimizations and crash fixes have been added with this new update.
The action beat 'em up, which sees a lone martial artist embarking on a quest for revenge, is available for PS4, PS5 and PC.
As revealed by SloClap founder Pierre Tarno, Sifu will be getting accessibility options and difficulty modes in post-launch updates.
SloClap's kung fu beat 'em up SIfu is out now for PS5, PS4, and PC, bringing crunching combat, aging mechanics, a revenge tale, and more.
SloClap says that though Sifu isn't going to get multiplayer content anytime soon, it will still receive additional post-launch content.
SloClap has also promised that those who purchased the game's Deluxe Edition will get "an exclusive gift" to make up for the issues.
Directed, written and edited by Christopher Clark Cowan, the short illustrates the game's focus on death, rebirth and mastery.
The music has been handled by Beijing-based electronic composer and producer Howie Lee in his very first video game collaboration.
With a refreshingly small download size, SloClap's upcoming anticipated brawler Sifu isn't going to require too much storage space.
SloClap's upcoming brawler will have a total of 43 Trophies- 26 Bronze Trophies, 13 Silver Trophies, and 3 Gold Trophies.
The martial arts themed action title will come out in February digitally, but those wanting a physical copy can get one with some patience.
Executive producer Pierre Tarno also confirms that the game's average play time will vary "depending on the Kung Fu skills of the player."
Expect more gameplay and details from SloClap's martial arts epic in the coming weeks. It's currently set to release on February 8th, 2022.
If you're hoping for an easier path to vengeance through kung fu in SloClap's upcoming brawler, it won't be there at launch.
Players will have multiple chances to resurrect on death but age each time, gaining more damage and unlocking new skills but having less health.
The new trailer highlights all of the essentials of combat, from parrying and dodging to breaking an opponent's balance and Focus attacks.
The martial arts game will apparently get a big announcement sometime next week, though no hints about what it could be.
Get a look at what goes into all that fancy fist and footwork in the upcoming action game.
Sloclap has released a new trailer for its upcoming kung fu action title, showing new gameplay and confirming a release date.
SloClap's action title is currently scheduled for a launch on PS5, PS4, and PC some time in 2022, following a recent delay.
The ambitious action title will allow you to age with each death, up until a point where you restart. Its new 2022 date was largely due to COVID issues.
Sifu receives another gameplay trailer showcasing the aging mechanic as well as incredible combat moves, with a new release window of early 2022.
Pull foes into each other, slide and trip them, and retaliate with powerful techniques in the upcoming action fighter from SloClap.
Additionally, the clip also confirms that SloClap's upcoming action brawler will let players choose the gender of the protagonist.
Slocap's Sifu is scheduled to release on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via the Epic Games Store later on this year.
Sloclap's upcoming melee combat action title Sifu is going to show off new gameplay footage not long from now.
Look for vengeance in the upcoming kung fu combat game.
Learn the way of martial arts as you die, age and fight once again.