The latest patch for Killzone: Shadow Fall adds a handful of new features, including the ability to lock the campaign frame rate. Even though the campaign aims for 60 frames per second, the occasional dip might distract you. If that's the case, you can keep it low from the Options menu.
The patch also includes in-game clan support as promised, an easier way to discover new Warzones, and the ability to forbid parties from joining warzones. Finally, the patch fixes an exploit with the VC30, and includes adds more save points in the campaign. The full patch notes are available at the Killzone blog.
Late last month, Sony announced Shadow Fall had sold 2.1 million units, making it bought by almost half of PlayStation 4 owners.