Electronic Arts has confirmed that it will be releasing a patch for the PlayStation 3 version of The Orange Box some time next month.
The news came to light in an EA Customer Support email, in which the company stated it is currently developing a patch for the game, which is due to be released in March after testing has been completed. Details on what issues will be resolved have yet to be announced.
The response itself reads:
“Our engineers have finally provided details regarding the issue you are experiencing. Currently, this is a known issue and our engineering team are creating a patch, which should resolve the issue. Unfortunately, the patch has yet to be tested and will be released sometime in March. Other issues will be addressed but unfortunately we do not have a list at this time.”
The Orange Box is a compilation release from Valve Software, containing Half Life 2, Half Life 2: Episode One, Half Life 2: Episode Two, Portal and Team Fortress 2. Unlike its Xbox 360 and PC counterpart, the PS3 version was handled by EA London.