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Two Point Campus Coming 2022


The latest title from Two Point Studios, this studio is teaming up with SEGA Europe to release Two Point Campus in 2022.

A sequel to Two Point Hospital (you can read our review here), Two Point Campus tasks players with building and running their own campus. Easy-to-use creative tools will allow players to add campus grounds, buildings, and surroundings.

A number of unusual courses can also be enrolled in, including Knight School and Gastronomy. Along the way, players must nurture their students, explore each of their personalities, and fulfil all their wants and needs.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Two Point Campus | Official Announce Trailer

According to Gary Carr, Co-founder and Creative Director at Two Point Studios:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]”We hope that the incredible Two Point community will love all the new creative freedom that Two Point Campus will bring and that new players will be intrigued by its setting and the quirky world we’re trying to build, packed with our trademark humour and charm.”[/testimonials]

The game will see a simultaneous release on PC and consoles.

Source: Press Release
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