As part of the lead-up to the February 8th release of Sifu, developer Sloclap released a downloadable deluxe version of the game through the PlayStation Store that includes early access to the title. If you preordered the package, you’ll have two days to play Sifu. Before its official release date, according to the company. Owners of the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 were unable to download the game. When the early access period began earlier today. Developer Sloclap recognised the problem in a tweet seen by Eurogamer, and stated it was working with Sony to resolve it as soon as possible.
Sifu updated version will make the gamers wait a bit longer
“We’re aware that there are difficulties blocking the download of Sifu through the PlayStation Store’s early access programme, and we apologise for the inconvenience,” the studio added. “We’re working with PlayStation to resolve the issue as fast as possible, and we’ll keep you updated on the situation.”
Sloclap gave the promised update a few hours later, adding that Sony was actively researching the problem. The studio stated at the time, We expect to get everything sorted quickly. Sony and Sloclap have failed to resolve the situation as of the publishing of this article. It’s not a good look for either party. But the studio has committed to do all in its power to make up to its followers.