Sifu is full of moves for you to master and nowhere is that more clear than with its focus abilities. These special moves can be used once you gain enough focus from parrying, dodging, and attacking.
One such move is the Calbot attack, or as its known in the trophy description, the “Mighty Calbot”. This is a hidden move that can only be found through finding a specific easter egg within one of Sifu’s missions. Here’s how to find it.
How To Unlock The Mighty Calbot In Sifu
First things first, you’re going to need to be in the game’s third mission, The Museum. Once here, clear out the first enemies you see and make your way to the stairs. If you’ve played this level before, you’ll hopefully have a keycard to go up the stairs and skip the exhibits, but if you don’t then prepare to fight a lot.
Your goal here is to reach the third floor. Once here, you’ll see a white gate, which you can open to fight a powerful mini-boss with a staff. If you’re having trouble dealing with them, use your sweep focus move to knock them down and get rid of the staff. Once you’ve defeated them, look at the mask on top of the black marble showcase, which the enemy will have been looking at.
You’ll see that you can interact with the exhibit. Doing so will add the “Strange Mask” to your detective board, but it’ll also give you a brand-new move to unlock. The Calbot is a focus move attack that can be purchased for 500 points, or 2,500 to permanently unlock it. Interacting with the mask will give you the “Path of the Prospect” hidden trophy.
What does it do, you ask? Well, it’ll give your enemy a light slap on their head and cause them to slightly react to it. Yeah, that’s about all it does, honestly. If you’re wondering why it’s even in the game, it’s a reference to Absolver, Sloclap’s previous game. In Absolver, players could find a random NPC with the move and learn it from them. It was just as effective there, but considering Absolver was a multiplayer game, it makes more sense why it was there.
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