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Two Point Campus Coming May 17

Builders will be able to create the campus of their dreams when Two Point Studios and SEGA Europe’s Two Point Campus comes out for PC and consoles on May 17, 2022.

A charming and accessible (yet deep) management sim, Two Point Campus will allow players to build their campus from the ground-up. This includes designing each of the dorms, setting up ornamental pathways and forests, and making use of a suite of easy-to-use creative tools.

Of course, nothing is bland in Two Point Campus; there are a number of unique courses for students to take. For instance, players can make larger than life culinary creations in Gastronomy, while the more technologically minded can sign up for Robotics. Each student has their own character traits; something to be mindful of when moving forward.

Learn more with the trailer below:

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The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. The game will also launch for Xbox Game Pass on consoles – and PC Game Pass on PCs – day one.

Note that it will also come out for the Nintendo Switch via the eShop to follow.

Source: Press Release
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