Sloclap's newly released kung-fu action game Sifu joining PlayStation Plus lineup has been teased by an accidental glitch.
|Sifu for PlayStation Plus Accidentally Leaked by PS Store|
Regardless of having a steep learning curve, third-person beat 'em up action-adventure game Sifu by French developer/publisher Sloclap is receiving a lot of praise for their newest project, launched for PC, PlayStation 4 and 5 consoles.
Among many things, Sloclap is currently planning to add accessibility features and post-launch content for Sifu in future. What they are also working on is probably bringing their martial arts game to PlayStation Plus as hinted by a glitch.
Sifu might reportedly join PS Plus lineup of free monthly games in coming months, teased by a glitch on PlayStation Store. Players who already own a copy of the game on their library could see a golden plus symbol next to it on browser.
Whenever you claim a game via PS Plus, a small, golden (+) plus sign will appear adjacent to it showing association to said monthly service. Therefore, people are speculating whether they are getting Sloclap's latest release as a freebie.
|Sifu in PlayStation Game Library|
Fans who own Sifu can sign into PlayStation account online to browse through library section and click "Played" tab to find it. You may notice a PS Plus logo next to the game like any other titles claimed via PlayStation Plus within library.
This is most likely to be a glitch since PlayStation Plus lineup didn't include the game yet, which only came out earlier this month. Alternatively, PS Plus Collection selection of large variety of games won't get their hands on it soon as well.
|Sifu in Played Tab Section|
Although it is pretty early to have Sifu in next few months, Sony previously released Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout day-one on PS Plus. Even a game like 2020 action role-playing loot slasher Godfall took over a year to join PlayStation Plus.
Sifu is already pretty successful among players and may gain a lot of traction if Sloclap decides to include it on PlayStation Plus library. However, it may take up to a year or so to finally get it on PS Plus lineup just like any other great game.