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Prison Architect heading to PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One

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Time to jailbreak your console

After a long stint in Early Access, Prison Architect finally saw its full PC release late last year. Wasting little time, developer Double Eleven is now porting it to consoles. It should release in spring on PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. No firm date was given.

Strangely, PlayStation 3 is left off that list. I mean, it wouldn't be strange for a video game releasing in the year 2016 to snub a console that debuted more than nine years ago, except that it's showing up on one that debuted more than ten years ago instead. PlayStation users can still get in on the slightly morbid sim, so long as they are hip with the times.

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