The prisoners in Prison Architect will soon have a second chance.
Double Eleven is expanding the prisoner reform system in the prison management simulator Prison architect.
The extension is called “Second Chance”, which introduces a rehabilitation plan for prisoners so that prisoners can reduce their sentences and reintegrate into society.
Each program in the extension provides a different repair method. This includes opportunities for prisoners to socialize with civilians and attend classes on conflict resolution.
The prisoner’s positive behavior changes will result in fewer sentences. The felon prisoner will make Wardens pay the price and encourage players to carefully implement and monitor these plans.
Main features of the second chance:
- Recovery reforms: Non-work programs, such as animal therapy, gatherings and greetings, and previous prisoner classes, can eliminate the negative characteristics of prisoners and improve their behavior.
- Good manners: Prisoners can reduce or increase penalties based on their behavior, and now they can send offenders back to prison. Players will be fined.
- Room for improvement: Prisoners who have or have obtained work certificates can become vendors in rooms operated by prisoners and visitors (including bakeries, restaurants, and physiotherapy rooms).
- Back to society: Prisoners can obtain work certificates through their experience in participating in different work and training programs.
The Second Chances extension will first launch on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on June 16, and will be released on Nintendo Switch on June 29.
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