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Chunky Orange Box PS3 patch released

Should remedy many of the problems.

EA has sneakily released a beefy patch to address problems with The Orange Box on PS3.

The 1.10 update is 128 MB, and unhelpfully has no associated documentation to outline the changes.

Early reports suggest friends not appearing on lists and certain accounts not connecting to the EA servers should no longer be a problem.

Orange Box PS3 owners have publicly complained for a while over the framerate and connection issues as well as slow loading times.

Valve does not develop PS3 versions of its games internally but outsources them to a third-party. It has said this is the model it will follow for the foreseeable future.

Can you tell us what else the patch has addressed, Eurogamer reader? You can have an Easter egg as a reward.

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