Several months after SEGA released the quintessential version of their quirky yet insanely fun management simulator, Two Point Hospital Jumbo Edition, it looks like we an finally expect an Official Sequel. Two Point Campus, being developed by the same team, looks to give the hospital sims treatment to the College Campus.
The game was accidentally placed on the Microsoft store page implying that the game will be announced soon. On top of this, two industry insiders, @_h0x0d_ being one, have further confirmed this is most likely happening. As of the time of writing this however the store page has been removed.
— WalkingCat (@_h0x0d_) May 31, 2021
Based on the store page, while it was available, the game aims to continue the style of it’s predecessor. This includes it’s signature tongue in cheek humor that fans have become accustomed too. The listing stated of the game:
Build the university of your dreams with Two Point Campus, the follow up management sim with a twist from the creators of Two Point Hospital. Get to know your students, explore their personalities and fulfill their wants and needs. Craft buildings, choose courses, hire the best staff and build an academic institution to stand the test of time.
Based on the image of the game, we can most likely expect to see bizarre classes mixed in with the ones we might expect.
Like every campus the image includes a cheerleader, a jock, as well as a sensitive guitarist. However as you can also see, there seem to be clowns, wizards, and medieval jousting knights also in attendance, Honestly that is just the brand of absurdity fans are expecting..
While SEGA nor Two Point Studios has yet to give official word Microsoft Store is obviously considered very reliable. It’s appearance on the marketplace is most likely a fluke of timing and not a fluke of product.
Owners of Two Point Hospital also have a reason to be excited as well. During the Sonic 30th Anniversary it was reveal that the game will be getting a large, FREE, content drop that features the the hedgehog and friends in the form of costumes, statues, and furniture.
It appears that the game will be released for the Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC at the very least. With E3 coming up an announcement should be right around the corner.