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Two Point Campus announced for 2022 release

By Jack Taylor – 10 June 2021

Two Point Campus - the follow-up to Two Point Hospital - has been announced alongside a first look at its gameplay.

Announced during the Summer Game Fest launch event, Two Point Campus is the latest brainchild of Two Point Studios, and will launch for platforms including Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 next year. The first trailer can be viewed above.

Two Point Campus sets players to work managing campus life in weird and wacky ways, and expands on Two Point Hospital by letting players decide where buildings, pathways, and more are placed. Schoolwork can be balanced out with extracurricular activities, and characters can form relationships with one another. The full game description is below.

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.

However, it's not all about serious education - you'll also need to nurture your students, explore their personalities, and fulfil all their wants and needs! Surround them with friends, help them develop relationships and make sure they balance everyday schoolwork with extracurricular delights like gigs, societies, and sports. Academia has never been more appealing!

Two Point Campus

Published by SEGA
Developed by Two Point Studios