Prison Architect Summary
In this day and age of games as services, where things are updated in perpetuity until either the developers or the players move on, it’s honestly a nice change of pace to see a game actually get finished. Prison Architect, the indie prison management simulator, is finished with the release of its 2.0 update.
Prison Architect is a deep simulator in which players must build a jail that can house, feed, and keep an eye on criminal inmates. Players have to thwart escape attempts, keep them happy enough to prevent riots, and make sure they survive their stay.
However, five months after the game's official release, gamers have discovered a secret mode that puts the entire game in 3D.
Introversion has announced the second update for their jail simulator, Prison Architect, and this one adds something that fundamentally changes the game and adds a whole new challenge: women's prison.
, creator of the just released and entirely addictive Prison Architect, has its sights set on using new technology for its next project, whatever that might be
Speaking on the, co-founder Mark Morris revealed that the team is determined to make their next game playable with VR hardware, although it probably won't be VR-only as that tech is still "too bleeding edge,".