Two Point Campus appears on the Microsoft Store, and it looks pretty bonkers


© SEGA / Two Point Studios

Two-point hospital turned out to be a real success, attracting players nostalgic for the classic Hospital Theme alongside young players who simply appreciate the wacky personalization and fun moments it offers. It also has SEGA up and running, which has no doubt helped developer Two Point Games keep working on all of those DLCs – a Jumbo Edition that recently arrived at retail for Switch.

Now, thanks to the most useful resources for learning more about new games – the accidental Microsoft Store listings – we know what’s in store for the studio. Two-point campus appeared in this list, and while there is no release date, it is likely not too much far. It should be noted that this doesn’t confirm a Switch version, but given the popularity of Two Point Hospital on the system, a port seems like a reasonable bet.

As the name suggests, you are going to be creating and running a university, but of course there will be twists and turns in the formula. Part of the description and some screens are below.

Two-point campus© SEGA / Two Point Studios
Two-point campus 2© SEGA / Two Point Studios

Rather than typical academic rates, Two Point County students enjoy a range of wild and wonderful classes: from Knight School (hey, we all have to learn jousting at some point in our lives), to Gastronomy salivation, where your students will build mouth-watering concoctions like giant pizzas and huge pies.

Take the opportunity to spend a lot more time with the little people at your university. The school year begins with a summer break, giving you plenty of time to get everything right before your students move in.

Build libraries, hire the best staff (from quirky professors to mad researchers), outfit your campus with the best courses, and watch your students’ academic potential unlock!

But it’s not just about working hard. Get to know your students, explore their personalities, wants and needs. Keep them happy with clubs, societies, concerts.

Hopefully that’s not too far off, and maybe this time around the Switch can get its release around the same time as the game launches elsewhere. Let us know what you think in the comments!


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