Last week, we reported on the accidental leak from SEGA on the Microsoft Store. Just before it got taken down, someone took screenshots of a sequel to Two Point Hospital. For the unenlightened, Two Point Hospital is a tremendously fun and goofy hospital business simulator. You get to manage a color cast of hospital employees, where the name of the game is curing hilarious diseases in the community.
According to the leak, the sequel takes a hard right turn and has you manage the university life. During today’s show at Summer Game Fest, SEGA officially unveiled Two Point Campus! In their official press release, SEGA gives fans a little more details on what to expect on your campus wonderland.
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 enroll 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.SEGA
While you could wag your creative wand indoors on Two Point Hospital, that’s not the case for Two Point Campus. You can create pathways, buildings, shrubbery, and more in the great outdoors. As SEGA says, the only limit is your imagination (and how much money you have). Make sure those dorms are more comfortable than the boiler rooms I lived in during my time at uni.
It’s not just about the architecture, folks. In Two Point Campus, you also have to look out for the actual students. Enroll them in Knight School or Gastronomy, where students can craft astronomically huge pies. I would still call those personal pizzas. Not only do you have to fill your student’s brains with knowledge, but Two Point Campus also wants you to nurture their relationships; Surround them with friends and extracurricular activities.
SEGA did release a new trailer, which you can check out above. Two Point Campus is scheduled to come out in 2022 simultaneously on PC and consoles. Stay tuned for more info!
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