The Silent Hill Downpour patch already released for Xbox 360 has finally hit the PlayStation 3.

It improves the game's frame rate, fixes the save game system (which struggled to auto save), exterminates bugs in the Homeless side quest and implements several other performance enhancements and bug fixes.

Downpour, developed by the under threat Vatra Games, launched in March but was quickly set upon by disgruntled fans upset at the performance of the game.

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