Today we’re extremely pleased to announce that the long-awaited Prison Editor for The Escapists 2 is available RIGHT NOW!
Using Steam Workshop you can create your very own prisons, play them alone or with friends, or even share them with your fellow escapists via Steam Workshop. That of course also means that you can download prisons made by other players, and have a virtually infinite stream of new prisons to (try to) escape from!
Want to get started creating prisons? Check out our handy Prison Editor Steam Guide on how to do just that! We have even created two extra prisons for you to play (Slammer Island and Gridline Correctional), so whether you want to create, escape, or both, we’ve got you covered!
Alongside the prison editor, today’s update also includes a number of fixes including ones to achievements, animations and performance.
– Made various performance improvements on PC, OSX and Linux
– Fixed an issue creating a softlock when players tab out of the game and plugs a controller in
– Fixed an issue preventing the Minimap from expanding when clicked on
– Fixed an issue preventing to unlock the “Artful Dodger” achievement when playing as a client in an Online Multiplayer session
– Fixed an issue preventing to unlock the “Good Intentions” achievement
– Fixed a graphic issue on Wicked Ward which caused display issues on the lower floors when viewed from the floor above
– Fixed an issue causing the bike fitness machine animation to play even when no one was on it
– Fixed an issue causing the prisoners’ head to pop out of kennels when trying to hide.
– Fixed an issue causing some UI elements to remain on screen when quitting during Solitary and reconnecting right after
– Fixed graphic issues occurring when collecting Cutlery while holding a Food Tray
– Fixed an issue whereby changing Play Modes when Roll Call starts blocks Inmates from entering Purple Doors
– Fixed rendering issues on some resolutions with terrain graphics
– Fixed an issue preventing clients from seeing the Lockdown lights
– … and various other fixes.
Let us know what you think of the editor, and what you would like to see from it in the future. We can’t wait for you to dive in and show off your creations!