Prison Architect alpha 4 available now, fixes fog of war

By Dave Cook, Tuesday, 20 November 2012 12:44 GMT

Prison Architect developer Introversion has released the fourth alpha build of its harrowing creation sim. Get all of the new updates below.

In an update sent to VG247, Introversion reeled off some of the new alpha updates, including a revamped fog of war feature, which was requested by fans after it debuted in alpha 3. The shroud will hide prisoners when there are no guards around, making it harder for players to keep an eye on their unruly inmates.

Introversion released a new trailer for the update with commentary from Mark Morris and Chris Delay, which you can watch here:

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