From Two Point Studios, the developers of cheeky hospital management sim Two Point Hospital, comes Two Point Campus, a sequel that leaves the medical profession behind to embrace the world of higher education. Two Point Campus is coming to PC and consoles in 2022.

Judging from the trailer, Two Point Campus will embody the same silly British humor and stop motion art style inspired by Aardman Animations (Wallace and Grommit, Chicken Run). Instead of being limited to a stuffy hospital building, you’ll be given a large slice of campus grounds, where you can develop multiple buildings, pathways, and hedgerows with which to construct rooms, hire staff, and keep students happy and learning.

This being Two Point County, the definition of higher learning is stretched to include a Knight School that teaches jousting and chivalry, and Gastronomy, where prospective chefs learn to cook comically oversized food.

Each student has their own wants and needs that you’ll have to fulfill, providing them with relationship opportunities, fun activities, and extracurricular events such as sports and music gigs.

“We hope that the incredible Two Point community will love all the new creative freedom that Two Point Campus will bring and that new players will be intrigued by its setting and the quirky world we’re trying to build, packed with our trademark humour and charm”, said Gary Carr, Co-founder and Creative Director, Two Point Studios.

Two Point Hospital released in 2018 as a spiritual successor to 1997’s Theme Hospital, which developers Carr and Mark Webley originally worked on. The successful sim strategy game spawned has since spawned a half a dozen DLC expansion packs, and is available on PC and consoles. Two Point Campus will arrive in 2022.

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