Silent Hill 2 fans patch a 20-year-old bug out of the PC version

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Silent Hill 2 fans patch a 20-year-old bug out of the PC version

Silent Hill 2 just got a fan-made patch on PC to remedy a 20-year-old bug.

As first reported by PC Gamer (opens in new tab) over the weekend, Silent Hill: Enhanced Edition Version 2.0 is out right now on PC. Thanks to a dedicated team of veteran fans, audio issues that would normally crash the game on a PC with multi-core processors are now entirely resolved.

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As PC Gamer explains, Silent Hill 2 on PC would crash incredibly often for players due to an issue with the game’s audio engine. In short, users would have to disable all but one of their PCs cores to get the game running smoothly, or else Silent Hill 2’s audio would begin skipping ahead, preluding a complete crash and sending players back to their desktop.

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