Now that Alpha Protocol's in stores, this is an opportune time to nag developer Obsidian Entertainment about downloadable content and patches. One journalist did just that and luckily Obsidian gave some straight answers.

"We wanted to release [a patch] fairly quickly based upon some feedback we were getting," Obsidian CEO Feargus Urquhart told GameBanshee. "I think [SEGA] wanted to take a different approach by gathering more information over a longer period of time and provide a patch then. That's what we're figuring out right now."

The prospects for DLC are dimmer. "I don't know if [SEGA is] talking about that at all yet. I can say that we're not working on any DLC right now. We'd love to, but we're not."

Given the state the game shipped in, it's probably best for their focus to be squarely on the patch. A few side missions aren't the cure to what ails AP.
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