If you haven’t been keeping track of the news, it’s easy to miss out on a lot of games coming to various platforms at various dates. One of those games is Double Eleven and Introversion Software’s Prison Architect, which is making the leap in a full fledged digital and physical release on the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS4 starting June 28th.
The game will not only launch on home consoles but also launch with $10 worth of DLC, such as the All Day and a Night content… for free, if you pre-order the game. The All Day and a Night DLC will be made available for home consoles at a later date for $9.99 for anyone who does not pre-order the game.
Anyone who picks up a copy of Prison Architect on the Xbox One while it’s still in the Game Preview program, will also receive the All Day and a Nighty DLC for free.
PC gamers, alternatively, have the World of Wardens content to help fill out their desires for new and exciting content, which features the ability to upload and share your prisons online while also downloading and playing through the prisons of others.
Prison Architect has managed to sell over a million copies since it debuted on Steam’s Early Access. The title has slowly built up a strong player base thanks to its focus on deep strategies with running and maintaining prisons, while also opening the door for experimenting with the different sociological effects of prison life.
According to Steam Spy the game has already garnered more than 1.5 million owners, and that number will likely increase by multiple folds when it officially launches on the Xbox One and PS4 at the end of June, next month.
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