Simulation game fans, assemble here because the prison simulation game is coming to your screens soon. Prison Architect 2 is a sequel to 2012’s sensational prison construction and management game.
Paradox Interactive and Double Eleven have announced the release date of Prison Architect 2 in a recent trailer. The upcoming game has opted for a change in visuals along with some significant gameplay updates. So, let’s get into the details.
Prison Architect 2: Release Date
Prison Architect 2 is scheduled to be released on March 26, 2024. The advancing game is returning to screens after 12 years and will be available to play on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation 5.
The trailer briefly showcases many crucial details of the game. Although the trailer did not show much gameplay details, the press release informed players that their primary goal should be to build, manage, and control the prisoner smartly.
The game has certainly been upgraded. Also, the tagline sums everything up for Prison Architect 2, “Design your own personalized penitentiary.” Here are some new and intriguing features of the upcoming game.
Prison Architect Is No longer 2D!
The game’s core remains unchanged, but the graphics team has been overhauled entirely. Taking on the development duties, Double Eleven decided to change the graphics for the sequel to the classic game from 2D to 3D.
Build Your Own Prison
The official press release ensures that Prison Architect 2 will allow players to make friends and enemies as well. Apart from that, Prison Architect 2 fosters creative minds to build elaborate structures in a 3D environment. Players will be able to develop their ultimate penitentiary, establish multiple floors, utilize tools, and enjoy themselves amongst the inmates.
Get Along with the Inmates
The sequel to Prison Architect comes with unique inmates who can scheme and make their own decisions. Not only that, they can now influence fellow prisoners by building distinct relationships with them. The player has to be watchful of their behavior with the inmates now.
Moreover, Prison Architect 2 wants the players to be the prison’s controllers. The player cannot exonerate its inmates but can build an institution inside the prison premises. It is up to the individual to construct a rehabilitation facility. The responsibility is great, and the developers have given the entire management control to the player this time.
Management comes with responsibility, and Prison Architect 2 wants the players to be responsible. As the player gets more control over the prison policies, inmates, and architecture, it suggests that the player will be held accountable for it, too. If players do not plan carefully, preventing mishaps, gang wars, and destruction will be impossible.
The game will be available soon, and hopefully, it will have all the missing features Prison Architect 1 did not have. Overall, it is exciting news that everyone’s favorite prison simulation game is returning this year. Players can build institutions and run them according to their personalities.
So, stay connected for more updates.