Introversion Software’s Prison Architect, the prison management and building simulator, is coming to consoles second quarter of this year.
Arriving on Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PS4, the console version of Prison Architect also includes a new, console-unique mode called Prison Warden Mode.
Prison Warden Mode offers several pre-built prisons to let console players “get into the action faster.” There’s also a feature called World of Wardens which gives players the ability to share their prisons online and try to manage the creations of other players.
Developer Double Eleven said it put its own touches on each console version, “creating a unique Prison Architect experience for each platform.”
Prison Architect released for PC in October after living a fruitful existence as a Steam Early Access game. Much like Kerbal Space Program, originally a Steam Early Access game we scored a 9 in our review, Prison Architect was worth the wait. We gave the PC version of Prison Architect an 8.3 in our review, citing its deep simulation and great personality.
Prison Architect for consoles is planned for Q2 of this year and will cost $30.
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