The creator of cult survival horror game Deadly Premonition has apologised for the recently released PC port.
In a tweet posted earlier today, Hidetaka Suehiro (better known as Swery65) addressed complaints from PC users that the Steam version of the game is locked at a maximum resolution of 720p.
"To all the fans of Deadly Premonition," the tweet begins. "As usual, The Steam version evaluation seems to be polarizing.
"Sorry it is seems to give some unsatisfied. I'm embarrassed that problem give you big disappointment. Anyway, thank you. Please enjoy. I love you all!"
In an attempt to fix the problem, modder Durante has released an early version of a mod that removes the lock and lets the game run at a higher resolution.
"This is the 0.1 alpha release," Durante says of his mod. "This really has only been tested on my system, and the first half hour or so of the game."
Durante has also stated that a member of Rising Star Games' PR department has been in touch to give his support for the mod.
The PC version of Deadly Premonition was originally planned for release on October 31, but was released early as part of the Steam Halloween sale.
It is currently available for purchase at 10% off the normal price until November 1.