A post to the WB Games forums by an Arkham community manager responds to questions about support for Batman: Arkham Origins by saying that the bugs and other issues being discussed in the thread are not being worked on for the time being while the developers concentrate on DLC for the stealth/action prequel (thanks NeoGAF via Destructoid). The post also says "if" (not when) they work on a new patch, it will only be to address show-stopping bugs, rather than "minor glitches," so the are admittedly neglecting "progression blocking bugs" for now to create new paid content for the game. A later post indicates they probably "will" patch a couple of PC bugs, saying the "teams will be looking into addressing the issue of Deathstroke’s Quick Fire Neural Pellets and Quick Fire Proximity Bomb not working with PC mouse/keyboard," going on to add: "The timing of this fix is still not determined." Here's the original post:
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