Prison Architect Alpha 15 adds mod support

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Introversion Software have released the latest alpha for upcoming imprison-’em-up Prison Architect, and this one adds mod support.

That’s not quite all, though. There are a swathe of optimisation improvements that Introversion reckon should “massively improve the size of the prisons that your rig can cope with”, as well as a staff fatigue model, which means you’ll need some common rooms to de-stress your guards.

If you’ve paid your money then you can get the alpha in the usual place (either on Steam, or via the official website). Alternatively, you can have a looksee at the video below to get a better overview of these new features.


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