The Orange Box gets mysterious 128MB patch [Update]

Fans of Team Fortress 2 have discovered a mysterious undocumented 128MB patch for the PS3 version of The Orange Box. Valve's compilation of Half-Life games was bashed by the gaming community for its lackluster transition onto the PS3: the port not only came weeks after the Xbox 360 and PC counterparts, but featured framerate issues that plagued an otherwise stellar experience.

[Update: Fixes listed, after the cut.]

[Thanks, Jeff M.!]
  • Fixed a graphical issue whereby a player would have the explosion effect left on the end of their Rocket Launcher when attempting to Rocket Jump.

  • Fixed a memory leak to improve single-player stability.

  • Fixed an issue whereby the players name would not appear on the Stats comparison screen.

  • We have fixed an issue that would cause the vote tallies to disappear when you viewed the scoreboard between rounds.

  • Fixed an online server issue.

  • Fixed an issue that caused a crash when a player that wasn't in Division 1 entered your Leaderboards.

  • Fixed an issue with players not always being added to the 'Players Met' menu on the XMB.

  • Fixed a bug where a player viewing a friend without an EA account would have an empty entry in the friend's Leaderboard.

  • Fixed an issue where it was not possible to connect to the EA servers if you had more than 30 friends.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.