It took a while to get here, but should you get the urge to dust off your Xbox 360 copy of Silent Hill: Downpour, the game should perform just a wee bit better the next time you put it in. It takes care of some of the more frustrating problems players might’ve come across, including frame rate drops and some problems that kept people from being able to finish the ‘Homeless’ side quest.
Konami detailed some of the issues the patch fixes for the Xbox 360 version, which you can find after the jump. If you have it on PS3, don’t fret — it’s in the works and should come in a few weeks.
Improved frame rate
Fixed save game system
Fixed bugs in “Homeless” side quest/mission
Several other performance enhancements/bug fixes
Konami also confirmed the game will be coming to Xbox Live via Games on Demand tomorrow for $40. If you haven’t played it, you should definitely check out our review, I hear it’s pretty good.
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