Balance and weapon tweaks are on the list, as is long server wait times. Plus they're to plug that offline XP multiplayer glitch - whoops.
"We've been overwhelmed with the response to AVP and want our fans to know if it's within our power to keep them happy through on-going support then we shall do so," said Rebellion CEO Jason Kingsley, reports .
The PC version has been hit with a number of hardware-related issues like sound not playing properly or crashes, which Rebellion have begun addressing in their patch releases. A good thing too seeing as how Aliens vs Predator is all about DirectX 11.
"Some things just can't be foreseen and it's great that we are able to respond to requests for modifications in this way," he continued. Playing singleplayer will no longer net you experience and rank you up in multiplayer, which is kind of a big slip up.
Let's hope more updates are en route for PC folks. Have you been chest bursting marines or ripping out spinal cords with Rebellion's Aliens vs Predator?