Sifu, an action game with a martial arts theme, has accomplished a noteworthy new feat. According to the makers, the game has sold 50,000 copies in just four days since going live on the marketplace. Sifu has struck a chord with players and critics based on its 94% favorable rating on Steam, which adds to its impressive popularity across several platforms.
Sifu, created by Sloclap, has a devoted following, with 20,000 subscribers on its subreddit. The creators shared their accomplishments on the official SifuGame Twitter account and urged followers to give them positive Steam reviews.
Sifu Game’s official account shared a post on Twitter:-
Past 4 days:
– 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? 🙂 pic.twitter.com/Ft1S5nIowz
— SifuGame (@SifuGame) March 31, 2023
Publisher Kepler Interactive reported in March that more than 2 million copies of Sifu had been sold since its initial release on PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and the Epic Games Store for PC. The game’s availability on Xbox One, Steam, and Xbox Series X/S has increased in popularity.
The game’s success has also been aided by the recent release of Sifu’s fourth significant update, the Arenas expansion. The expansion, first announced in December, adds 45 tasks and five new game types, giving players even more content.
Since the game’s first release, Sifu’s developers have worked hard to update and enhance it, adding several new features to its essential gameplay concepts. A scoring system and other gameplay modifiers were added in the Summer Update of last year, while earlier updates included multiple difficulty levels to accommodate varied player preferences.