All the fun of college, but without the crippling bills
Two Point Studios Limited and SEGA® Europe Limited are proud to reveal Two Point Campus™: Medical School, the next major DLC for the popular university management game, arriving on August 17th on Switch for $9.99/€9.99/£8.99.
No, that sense of déjà vu you’re feeling isn’t related to head trauma – we hope. Two Point Campus: Medical School harkens back to the manic majesty of the original Two Point Hospital to bring a whole batch of new levels, new gameplay mechanics, and lots and lots of icky illnesses to treat.
Players will start their educational journeys at the idyllic Lake Tumble, where they’ll meet Two Point County’s roaming remedy master Vitality Johnson. Before long, you’ll be shipped off to Molten Rock, where an ancient volcano is turning up the heat on sickly visitors and medical staff – and that’s before you even start to deal with Dr. Briney Seadog and her band of pirates. Finally, you’ll come face to face once again with Bartholomew F. Yeti at Pointy Peak, where the only things more chilling than the weather are our thermometers.
What’s a medical school without plenty of students and sundries to populate it? We’ve added doctors and nurses as new student types, six new room types, and over 60 new items to help you diagnose and de-stress your patients. There’s the Head Clinic and its admittedly daunting Noggin’ Nabber, or the Psychiatry room and its much less threatening sofa. You’ll have plenty of returning illnesses to determine, like a classic case of “Brain Farts” or “Lightheadedness.”
Last but not least, Two Point Campus: Medical School introduces new challenges for students and their mentors to overcome. If your patients’ health takes a nosedive, they may come back as ghosts to haunt the halls, forcing your already overworked janitorial staff to clean up the spooky (and sticky) mess. Leave your medical machinery running without proper care and you’ll run the risk of burning the whole place down. Deal with massive influxes of patients during emergencies, with the occasional arrival via helipad, or swab the deck with pesky pirate practitioners who are looking for more than one way to cut costs.