Sifu’s long-awaited Arenas mode will be available in March of next year. Sloclap, the game’s developer, made the announcement via IGN, which also shared a trailer for the upcoming DLC.
The mode was first teased by the studio in April, when it published a free content roadmap for Sifu. Sloclap stated at the time that the update would be available in the winter of 2022. However, the mode will include new outfits for players to unlock, as promised.
“Successfully completing the arenas will progressively unlock a massive new modifiers batch, which doubles the current game’s amount and notably brings alternative moves to the Kung Fu palette of our main character,” Sloclap told IGN.
“Completing the new Arenas challenges will also unlock new cheats and exclusive new outfits.” There’s more good news if you haven’t had a chance to play Sifu yet because it’s not yet available on Xbox.
The Arenas mode update will be released alongside the game on Xbox and Steam. Sloclap promised to provide more information about both news items in the near future.
Get your first look at the new Arenas mode coming to Sifu!
Arenas arrives on all platforms in March as part of a free update that coincides with the game also coming to Xbox and Steam. pic.twitter.com/l3DbydcOVK
— IGN (@IGN) December 20, 2022