Two Point Studios released a video this week featuring two of their very own showing off the Two Point Hospital console edition. Lead Designer Ben Huskins and Senior UI/UX Artist Lauren Woodroffe took the reins, giving an introduction to the world of Two Point County and showing off the beginnings of their very own hospital. Viewers new to the game will get a little bit of insight into the style and substance of the title, as well as a bit of a peek at how the PC game controls are going to translate to a controller.
Two Point Hospital launched on PC in 2018 as a spiritual successor to the Theme Hospital game which released for PC and PlayStation in the late 1990's. As a big fan of the 2018 release, I'm excited to see it make the move to console, if only so I can have another go-to game for my on-the-go gaming needs.
The console version of Two Point Hospital releases on February 25th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.
The hit management sim, Two Point Hospital, is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on 25 February 2020 and the devs, aka top surgeons from Two Point Studios, show a rare inside look at how the game has been rebuilt for consoles in latest video here. We're happy to reveal that it plays soooooooo well on a controller!
What exactly do you do in Two Point Hospital? What's new or different on console? And how does the game work on a controller? These are some of the questions that Lead Designer, Ben Huskins and Senior UI/UX Artist, Lauren Woodroffe from Two Point Studios answer, while they take you through the first level of the game on PS4.
At launch, console players can also dive into the first two critically acclaimed expansion packs 'Bigfoot' and 'Pebberly Island' and explore a whole range of free updates that have been added to Two Point Hospital since its PC launch in August 2018.
Pre-purchase Two Point Hospital digitally for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One through first party store fronts, with the digital pre-purchase on Nintendo Switch soon to follow. To pre-order the physical edition of Two Point Hospital on PlayStation 4, Xbox One or Nintendo Switch, visit www.twopointhospital.com, where you can also find more information about all things Two Point Hospital and sign up for Hospital Pass. You can follow the game on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. For more information about SEGA Europe, go to www.sega.co.uk, follow us on Facebook or on Twitter.