A patch for the PlayStation 3 version of Bayonetta has been released, solving some of the issues gamers had with the hack’n’slash game. Sega of the Netherlands announced that Sony was the developer behind the patch and not Platinum Games; surprising to many a website. However, we actually told you in December last year that a team of Sony engineers were working on fixing the PS3 game to somewhat match its Xbox 360 release.
The 135mb patch for a game originally ported from the Xbox 360 by Sega will eliminate frustrating load times and slightly improve the game’s framerate. Good work.