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Two Point Campus will let you run universities on PC and consoles in May

By Tim Augustin - on 28 Jan 2022, 2:53pm

Two Point Campus will let you run universities on PC and consoles in May

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SEGA and Two Point Studios have announced a release date for their upcoming sim game, Two Point Campus: 18 May, 2022. The game can also be pre-ordered on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 ahead of its release date. Pre-orders for the Nintendo Switch version will be available later on. 

Here’s a trailer for the game:

Two Point Campus is a sim game very much in the vein of its predecessor, Two Point Hospital. You get to build up the campus of your dreams - not that I’m accusing you of dreaming up campuses in your spare time - and shaping the lives of your future students. Once the campus is populated, things get a little more complicated. 

Not only are you in charge of giving your students a high quality education, but the experience of creating meaningful relationships and doing extracurricular activities too. If your students are happy and earning good grades, your campus prestige will be increased, and that lets you enroll more students and make more money. Yes, just like in real life, running a campus is really just all about making big bucks. 

You can set up all sorts of weird courses for students to take in this game, ranging from the culinary Gastronomy course to the technological Robotics classes. Different students will want to learn different things, so you’ll have to do some organising to make sure they all end up as well-rounded graduates. 

The main thing separating this game from Two Point Hospital’s management sim gameplay is the ability to design your campus the way you want. You can build your own dormitories and design forests and pathways, all to ensure your campus looks as stylish as possible.

Two Point Campus launches on 18 May, 2022 and hits Xbox/PC Game Pass on the same day. 

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