SEGA Europe Limited and Two Point Studios Limited have announced that the highly anticipated sequel to Two Point Hospital, Two Point Campus, is launching this May.
The upcoming management sim, Two Point Campus will see you building a university campus whichever way you so desire. The previous title in the series went on to receive critical acclaim when it launched back in 2018, so a sequel is no surprise. As with Two Point Hospital, players can expect Two Point Campus to be a readily accessible yet surprisingly deep management Sim.
You can check out the game’s pre-order trailer here.
What is Two Point Campus?
As with its hospital-focused older brother, Two Point Campus tasks you with building a – you guessed it – university campus. Everything from typical and atypical lessons and extracurricular activities will be on offer to help you manage your campus however you see fit. Making sure each student’s needs are met is paramount, as doing so will attract more students to your university, earning you more money.
There will also be more of the same humour that Two Point Hospital became known for. From the names of lessons to how your students act, you’ll be sure to have many laughs along the way.
You’ll be able to play however you please, be it following the campaign or playing around in the sandbox mode. There’s even a new creative tool this time around, allowing you to truly express your creativity how you like.
Release Date & Price
Two Point Campus launches on May 17th for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox Game Pass, the Nintendo Switch and Steam. You can pre-order the game now for £34.99 (or your regional equivalent).
If you want to purchase the “Enrolment edition” (basically the physical edition) you can expect a few goodies such as a prospectus and a map. However, pre-ordering either version (physical or digital) will still net you some extra content for both Two Point Campus and Two Point Hospital.
You can pre-order the physical version on the game’s website. The digital version can be pre-purchased on all digital platforms aside from the eShop. Nintendo eShop pre-orders will go live soon.