Two Point Hospital Checking into PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch

Posted by | July 23, 2019 | News, PC, PlayStation 4, Switch, Video, Xbox One | No Comments

Two Points Studios and SEGA have announced that last year’s hospital management sim, Two Point Hospital, is coming to consoles. A release date has not yet been confirmed, but we are getting both physical and digital versions for PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One.

“We’ve always wanted to make a console version of Two Point Hospital, right from before we’d even founded the studio,” writes Craig Laycock, brand director, Two Point Studios. “We have a really broad audience of players, from hardcore simulation management fans who love to min-max their hospitals, all the way through to people who play on pause and love to design the most beautiful hospital they can.”

The console version will include the two big DLC expansion packs, Bigfoot and Pebberley Island. Bigfoot adds a new winter region of Pointyk Mountains and 34 new illnesses. Pebberly Island takes place in a new tropical island location and features outdoor hospitals. The PC version has also received numerous content updates and patches over the last several months, such as additional customization and the ability to copy and paste rooms for quick building.

All of these DLC packs and updates will be included in the console version, for a total of 21 hospitals and 119 illnesses to research and cure.

If you’re curious for more information about the console version, and hopefully, when it will be released, stay tuned throughout the week to the official website. A series of blog posts by the developers will detail further information. Two Point Hospital is currently available on PC and rated E10+ for Animated Blood and Crude Humor.

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