Sifudeveloper Sloclap’s tough-as-nails kung-fu fighter may soon be coming to PlayStation Plus, as evidenced by the Games Library section when connected to a PlayStation account via browser.
If you own Sifu, you can log into your PlayStation account online, navigate to the Library section and click on the ‘Played’ tab. Scroll down until you find Sifu, and you’ll notice the PS Plus logo is right next to the version (or PS4 or PS5) You played.
In the following image, you will see that Sifu shares this PS Plus icon with other games like Dirt 5 and Tiny Tina’s Attack in Dragon Keepboth of which have also appeared on the PlayStation Plus lineup in recent months.
Of course, the PS Plus logo that appears next to Sifu in our online libraries could be an error or linked to the fact that digital purchases included bonus content such as an art book and soundtrack. However, when downloading free PS Plus content for other games such as Apex Legends, nothing appears in the PlayStation Plus section of the Sony website.
Sifu was released less than two weeks ago, so it seems a little out of the ordinary for Sony and Sloclap to already be preparing the game for PS Plus, but strange things have happened. Sloclap might want to donate the PS4 version, for example, and keep the PS5 version for sale.
We usually have to wait a good year or two after a game’s release date for it to show up on a service like PS Plus. Either that or new titles launch on PS Plus on launch day, as we’ve seen with Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout.
Sony likely has its year of PS Plus additions planned out in advance, so if Sifu is indeed coming to PS Plus, it could happen anytime throughout the year. Still, we are curious to see if one of the best ps5 games so far, will soon be widely available to PS Plus subscribers.
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