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Prison Architect 2 Announced Alongside Release Date

Prison Architect 2 launches on March 26, 2024 on PC via Steam, Xbox Series X and S, and PlayStation 5 priced $39.99 / £34.99 / €39.99, publisher Paradox Interactive and developer Double Eleven have announced.

The sequel to the hit prison management simulator brings 3D graphics to the table, alongside multiple floors, sandbox construction, Career mode and inmate connections.

“The game offers deeper simulation, greater player control, an inhabitant behaviour system and creative options to define the next generation of management gameplay,” Paradox said.

And here’s the official blurb:

“Prison Architect 2 offers advanced simulation systems, enabling players to construct intricate compounds with a high degree of creative freedom in a 3D environment. From building elaborate structures to managing inmates’ needs while maintaining the facility’s financial stability, Prison Architect 2 expands gameplay and creative tools across the board, for an engaging sandbox experience.
The game also introduces a connection system between the prisoners, who will make friends or enemies with each other, impacting who they will hang out, partner or fight with. Prison Architect 2 brings prison construction and management gameplay to a new level by entering the third dimension and bringing deeper simulation than ever before.”

Introversion sold the Prison Architect intellectual property to Paradox in 2019, with Double Eleven taking over development duties. Introversion went on to release the well-received spaceship construction game,
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, which is currently in Early Access on Steam.

It will be interesting to see how Prison Architect manages the transition from 2D to 3D, given its 2D art style was a key part of the original game’s appeal.

Wesley is the UK News Editor for IGN. Find him on Twitter at @wyp100. You can reach Wesley at [email protected] or confidentially at [email protected].

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