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Sifu Matrix Mods Turn You Into Neo


Do you know kung fu? A suite of Sifu Matrix mods has been created by Halfmillz that finally allows you to play as Neo fighting against Agent Smith as every enemy in the game. Apply all the mods together and you’re going to come as close as you can get to capturing the fast martial arts combat from the movies.

What comes with the Sifu Matrix mods

Halfmillz has been providing a host of Sifu Matrix mods to Nexus Mods since launch, and with the showcase trailer (posted below), the full effect is difficult to ignore. With Reshade filters that tint the screen green, the addition of combat sound effects, and character models for Neo and Agent Smith from The Matrix: Path of Neo (plus one Matrix font mod from KangieDanie), Sifu does look like a proper computer simulation from The Matrix. All it takes to install the full suite of Matrix mods is to unzip the files and replace the Sifu folder in its main directory.

It would make sense that Sloclap’s difficult roguelike would blend well with the Matrix mods given the game’s furious, bone-crunching action sequences which focus on wing chun kung fu. When all the enemies look like Agent Smith, the experience does make you feel like you’re trapped in a nightmarish situation that only The One can survive. With any luck, if a new Matrix video game is released based on The Matrix Resurrection movie, a new character model for Neo and Agent Smith can be inserted into this mod.

Halfmillz has created other Sifu mods as well, changing the protagonist into Venom, Spider-Man, Deathstroke, and Batman.

In other news, For Honor will be getting cross-play five years after launch, Ghostwire Tokyo has six graphics and performance modes on PS5, and Sony will headline Konami’s upcoming indie convention.

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