A patch has been released for the PlayStation 3 version of the Silent Hill HD Collection, which is said to fix issues caused by the use of incomplete code.
According to a post by producer Tomm Heullet on the Silent Hill Community forums, the patch will offer an improved framerate, improved voice synch, fix missing sounds, fix missing music and resolve the game’s much-complained-about fog density.
It will also offer “minor” visual and audio improvements, which are not specified.
A post subsequent to the announcement claims that a sound effect from one of Silent Hill 2’s cutscenes is still missing.
There appears to be no mention of a patch for the Xbox 360 version of the collection.
Released earlier this year on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, Silent Hill HD Collection released to mixed reviews amongst complaints of a glitchy and incomplete product.
It was later reported that Konami had lost the games’ original release code, forcing developer Hijinx Studios to both complete and port the collection.