Prison Architect comes to Xbox One and Xbox 360 on June 28
Prison Architect is a new strategy game that will land on Xbox One and Xbox 360 this summer. Your task is to building and manage a prison and prevent inmates from escaping, so you’ll need to make sure the prison is a real fortress that offers no chances of escaping.
As the sun rises up in the morning, the clock starts ticking for you. You’ve got to work hard and build a cell to detain all the maximum security prisoners coming to your future prison.
There is no time to rest for your workmen. As soon as they lay the last brick for one cell, they need to start building the next one, so you can make room for the next prisoner. Building a cell to host them is not enough. They need a canteen, an infirmary, and a guard room. If you don’t want things to get messy, plan for a toilet as well.
Don’t forget to build a workout area. Otherwise, your inmates might get bored and frustrated and they could start a riot. You also need to have the necessary resources to deal with difficult inmates who refuse to obey. Begin with a solitary confinement cell and build also an execution chamber in case things escalate.
The fact that Prison Architect will also release on the Xbox 360 is a reason to be happy for many Xbox 360 owners. Very few new games are made available for Xbox 360, and their number will continue to decrease since the tech giant announced it would end manufacturing Xbox 360 consoles but continue to sell the existing inventory of devices. Ending the manufacturing of the Xbox 360 represents the end of an era since the console was the engine for industry-leading technical research and innovation.
Test out the preview version of Prison Architect here.
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