Sifu Update 1.07 Brings Camera Improvement and More

Sifu Update 1.07
Sifu Update 1.07 Slocap

Sifu, the martial arts fighting game developed by Slocap, was released last month. The title has received a positive reception from both fans and critics. However, there were some technical issues. The good news is that the developer is adamant about improving the game further.

Update 1.07 went live today for both PlayStation and PC. The patch brought multiple improvements, bug fixes, and voice-over support for one new language. Players can now enjoy Sifu with Mandarin Chinese voice-over. Support for High Contrast Display was added for PS users as well.

You can read the patch notes below.

Sound Design
  • Added Mandarin Chinese voice over
  • Tweaks on camera: a pass has been done on all levels to remove camera collision and visibility on some level environments that could block the view during combat.
  • Fixed the infinite loop exploit of hitting an enemy already down with the sweep attack.
  • Fixed an issue where Fajar would stop attacking the player in the second phase
  • Fixed the Blade technique infinite loop exploit against Kuroki
  • The shrine rewards unlocks are now always saved when finishing a level. (It was only saved if the level was finished with a younger age before)
  • High Contrast Display is now available for Playstation users
  • Display additional input combination on controller layout
  • Fixed issues with remapping Focus for keyboard users
  • Fixed subtitles being cropped when resizing
  • Fixed issue for the Japanese PS4 version where remapping the interaction input could block the navigation in some menus.
  • Fixed multiple bugs and crashes
  • Performance optimization
  • Fixed minor issues with level art & lighting
  • Fixed Chinese calligraphy mistakes in the Sanctuary - still WIP thanks @materwelonz!

The complete patch notes are mentioned on the official site as well.

Sifu is currently available on PS4, PS5, and PC. The PC version of the game is only available via Epic Games Store, which means Steam fans will have to wait for the exclusivity period to end first.

So what do you think? Are you interested in any of these changes? Have you been playing Sifu recently? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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