Prison Architect is getting its first update from Double Eleven, the studio that’s taken over the game since Introversion sold it to Paradox Interactive in January of this year. The Clink adds some new walls and floors as well as a couple of interface changes. It’s basic maintenance more than a feature drop, but that’s to be expected with a new developer setting the cadence.
One of the worries many Prison Architect fans have regarding the buyout, is that Paradox might push a DLC-heavy revenue model onto customers. So far, it hasn’t happened, and this first update shows a light touch.