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Prison Architect has been updated on Switch, bringing along the Island Bound DLC as well as a free update known as “The Rock”. Patch notes are available breaking down the additions, changes, and more.

Here are the full update details:

Prison Architect’s Island Bound expansion didn’t arrive this week as originally expected, but work on the new content continues. A trailer was shared today to reassure fans that the DLC is coming soon.

Here’s the video:

Romero Games, in conjunction with publisher Paradox Interactive, debuted a new gameplay demo for Empire of Sin. Come see the video below for the latest look at the upcoming Switch title.

Look for Empire of Sin later in 2020.

Paradox Interactive and Romero Games announced the strategy title Empire of Sin at last year’s E3 – specifically the Nintendo Direct. Although it’s still quite far off from release, we do have a small news update.

Retailers have provided the boxart for Empire of Sin, which you can find above. You can pre-order the game on Amazon or GameStop.

Empire of Sin will be out on Switch later in 2020.

Paradox Interactive and Double Eleven today revealed the next expansion for the prison management simulator Prison Architect. Island Bound will launch for Switch on June 11, the two sides confirmed.

Here’s a rundown of everything that’s included:

The strategy title Empire of Sin will no longer be making its original Spring 2020 release window. Today, Paradox Interactive and Romero Games announced that it will now release in Fall 2020.

Ebba Ljungerud, CEO of Paradox Interactive, said of the delay:

Paradox Interactive and Double Eleven have announced that Prison Architect will be receiving “The Shovel” update soon on Switch. It lets players enhance their prisons with visitation booths, art deco walls, and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

Publisher Paradox Interactive and developer Romero Games have sent out a new gameplay trailer for Empire of Sin. Give it a look below.

Not too long ago, a physical version of Cities: Skylines was announced for Switch. We now have the game’s boxart above.

We should note that, at least for now, the physical version of Cities: Skylines only appears to be planned for Europe. Nothing has been confirmed thus far for North America.


Paradox Interactive and Koch Media have formed a new distribution partnership. As part of this, it’s been announced that Cities: Skylines will be receiving a physical release on Switch. Koch will distribute the boxed version worldwide.

Unfortunately, today’s announcement did not mention any specific release window. Stay tuned for further updates.

Source: Koch Media PR