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Prison Architect to leave Early Access this year

The developers behind Prison Architect, Introversion, are one of the few studios to do Early Access right, with regular updates and player interaction. Prison Architect's time in Early Access is coming to an end though as the game will be fully launching later this year.

This news came as it was announced that Prison Architect has now sold more than one million copies, it has sold 1,066,233 to be exact. A mobile version of the game is also in the works, the studio announced.

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Prison Architect is currently in Alpha version 29 and has been one of the few games taking part in the Early Access program that has managed to stay away from controversy and keep buyers fairly happy with very few negative reviews on Steam.

For those of you who haven't seen or heard of Prison Architect before, it is a prison building simulator, allowing you to design a prison and then run it, scheduling day-to-day tasks for inmates, managing the guards and keeping everybody happy and safe.

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KitGuru Says: It's always good to see a game successfully come out of early access and not stir up some controversy along the way. Do any of you guys own Prison Architect? Do you think that the developers have handled the early access program well? 

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