Prison Architect Puts Consoles On Lockdown This Spring

Posted on by HB Duran

If you’ve always dreamed of yelling “NO TOUCHING!!” you’re in for a treat, as Introversion Software is bringing their strategy game, Prison Architect to consoles later this year. The prison-designing simulator was originally released in October of 2015 for PC, Mac and Linux.

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In Prison Architect, players build and manage their own maximum security prisons, built for the worst of the worst. The object is to design and manage your prison to keep the prisoners inside and under control, but that’s easier said than done! The console editions will include a story mode and sandbox mode, with new in-game community features, allowing players to build, maintain and share their maximum security prisons.

In the following video, Gaz Wright, lead designer on the console version shows off some of the new features including UI, HUD and menu system, all-new quick rooms, difficulty options and some community made prisons.

Launching this spring on Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PlayStation4, Prison Architect features all-new elements of gameplay designed specifically for the console audience including World of Wardens and Prison Warden Mode. For more information, check out the official website.

HB Duran
VGNS Founder, HB Duran is a gamer, artist, musician and occasional game dev. From early forays into all-night NES sessions, her career has blossomed into working as a game industry journalist, artist, QA tester and consultant. “HB” plays a variety of game genres and platforms, but is best known for her love of Silent Hill.

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