Last Updated on 07/02/2022 by Ulka
Sifu was delivered today for any individual who preordered the choice version of the kung-fu activity experience, however, the people who got it on PlayStation encountered some difficulty downloading it (through TheGamer). While PlayStation says it has since settled the issue, it seems as though there are still a few players having issues getting to the game.
As a possible arrangement, Sloclap (the engineers behind Sifu), recommends restarting your control centre and sending off the game from your library. Assuming you’re on a PS5, you can likewise take a stab at going to Settings > Users and Accounts > Other > Restore Licenses, and afterwards hitting “Reestablish” to start the rebuilding system.
It doesn’t seem like these arrangements are working for everybody, tragically. On the off chance that it’s as yet not working for you, Sifu’s engineers ask that you DM them with your PlayStation Network ID, alongside the district and regardless of whether you’re utilizing a PS5 or PS4. Sloclap says it will transfer this data to PlayStation engineers who “are following the issue.” Some clients likewise recommend downloading a game that you presently don’t have from your PS Plus assortment and afterwards attempting to introduce Sifu.
Issues emerged when the game was set to go live Sunday morning at 7 AM ET. Clients immediately saw that the game’s commencement clock on the PlayStation Store – which out to have been ticked down to “00:00:00” today – was put a few days later, banning players who preordered the game from downloading it.
As TheGamer brings up, it may have something to do with the PlayStation Store’s inside delivery date for the game. While certain clients report seeing a delivery date set in April, others saw it set in late February, possibly because of a mistake with date designing. Regardless, we actually don’t actually have the foggiest idea of what turned out badly.
I need to say, Sloclap has been on top of the issue all along, which is much more amazing considering the issue is by all accounts on Sony’s end (the game’s initial access discharge went flawlessly on the Epic Games Store). Soclap is likewise offering a free in-game gift as a kind of incidental award, however, that presumably doesn’t compensate for an entire day squandered of not having the option to play the game a day ahead of schedule.