Two Point Hospital Is Officially Announced, Releases 2022
Following the recent leak, SEGA and Two Point Studios have officially announced Two Point Campus.
Two Point Campus is the sequel to the awesome and funny management sim, Two Point Hospital.
As the name of the game suggests, in Two Point Campus, rather than being in charge of a medical facility, you’ll now be in charge of a university campus and its rampart students.
In Two Point Campus, not only will you have a university to run, but you’ll also be tasked with nurturing your students, getting to know them and helping them fulfil their potential.
📣 Class is in session! 🎓
Build your dream university, your way in Two Point Campus. Coming to PC & Console in 2022!
— Two Point Campus (@TwoPointCampus) June 10, 2021
According to the official press release:
“In Two Point Campus, you’ll be tasked with building and running your very own campus environment, where the decisions you make will shape the lives of the students you enrol and the staff you hire. For the first time, build in the great outdoors as you develop your very own campus grounds, buildings, and surroundings. Lay down dorms, pathways, hedgerows and more with new easy-to-use creative tools. The only limit is your imagination (and your in-game bank balance).
“The fun doesn’t stop there! The people of Two Point County have slightly different priorities when it comes to education, meaning your students get to enjoy a wide range of hilariously unusual courses such as Knight School, where they’ll learn jousting and practise the noble art of chivalry. The less martially inclined can hone their skills in Gastronomy, and collaborate on all sorts of oversized culinary delights, like gigantic pizzas and equally humongous pies.”
Two Point Campus will release in 2022 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. It’s likely that a Nintendo Switch version will also follow at some point.
In our Nintendo Switch port review of Two Point Hospital, we said: “on the Nintendo Switch every bit is immersive, engaging and fun as its big brother PC counterpart and I can’t recommend it enough!“
Featured Image Credit: SEGA/Two Point Studios