Does Sifu Have Difficulty Levels?

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Are you wondering if you can change the difficulty level on Sifu, the new Kung-Fu revenge roguelike game from Sloclap? Here’s what you need to know.

Thanks to its appealing visuals and stylish combat, Sifu is a game that grabs your attention. Before you decide to buy it though, you might be wondering if the game has difficulty options.

After all, you don’t want to spend your money on something you’re not going to be able to play, do you? The bad news is, Sifu doesn’t have any difficulty settings. At least not yet, anyway.

Being a roguelike, Sifu prides itself on being challenging. On a quest for revenge, you’ll need to make your way through five areas, facing off against a fearsome boss at the end of each. Die in battle during your quest, and while you’ll be able to come back to life and fight once more, you’ll age. Get too old, and you’ll have to try again.

Improving your skills so you can start each level at an earlier age is a must, then, but it’s not easy. Thankfully, Sifu‘s developer, Sloclap, has insinuated that difficulty options may be added after launch. So, if you’re on the fence about buying the game because of its difficulty, maybe wait a while and see what happens. Or take the plunge and give it a go; if you do find it too hard, you can keep trying until difficulty options are indeed implemented. Although it’s not guaranteed.

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