The Ultimate Prison Sandbox is Back!
The Escapists 2 is an indie simulation strategy made by Team17 Digital Ltd. Explore the biggest prisons yet, with multiple floors, roofs, vents and underground tunnels. The player, who assumes the role of a prisoner, must escape prison. In the beginning the player can choose all the names of every prisoner and guard. Players may acquire various tools to aid in their escape, by crafting them, bartering for them from other inmates, or by stealing them. Your prison escape antics will take you from the frosty Fort Tundra, a train hurtling through the desert, and even to the final frontier! As the prisons get tougher you’re going to have to get more creative with your escape plans. There’s a ton of options to tackle almost any prison escape.
Release Date: 22 August, 2017
Developer: Team17 Digital Ltd, Mouldy Toof Studios
Publisher: Team17 Digital Ltd
Genre: Indie, Simulation, Strategy
The Escapists 2
OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel Core Duo E6600 @ 2.4GHz
RAM: 2 GB
GRAPHIC: Intel 4400, GeForce GT 8800, AMD Radeon HD 4650
HDD: 4 GB
OS: Win 7 64
CPU: email@example.comGHz, AMD FX 6300 3.5GHz
RAM: 4 GB
GRAPHIC: GeForce GTX 750, AMD R7 370
HDD: 4 GB
- Unite with up to 3 friends to create the ultimate escape crew and engineer the wildest escapes yet!
- By working together you’ll be able to create even more elaborate and daring plans.
- Jump online or gather round on a couch to prepare for your sneaky adventures.
- Dive into the versus mode and show that you’ve got the skills to break out of any prison faster than your friends can.
The Escapists 2 Trailer
The Escapists 2 Review
The Escapists 2 has taken everything that made the first game so great and builds on that. The developers delivered on everything they promised, they heard the community's cries and fulfilled the fan's requests without sacrificing the game's core experience. The game takes the original and amps it up on every level. The graphics are gorgeous, combat is great, and they added more cool items. On top of that, none of these prisons are boring. They all have different and unique themes, such as the Wild West or Area 17. There are many different options to escape them too. It makes the prisons repayable. So while the Escapists 2 may be a sequel in every sense you’d imagine, the foundations of the game remain as entertaining as ever. It’s an excuse to return to a very well put-together game and you get a load of extra content to boot. There’s nothing wrong with that at all. Give it some time and it won’t be long before its claws have sunk in and you’re hooked.