New 'Two Point Hospital' trailer tells you how the game was rebuilt for consoles
Check out some behind-the-scenes details.
What you need to know
- Two Point Hospital is a hospital simulator from Sega.
- The console port is launching soon.
- A new developer diary discusses the console version of Two Point Hospital.
- The game is up for preorder on Amazon (opens in new tab).
Many months ago, Sega and Two Point Studios released a hilarious Theme Hospital successor called Two Point Hospital. The announcement trailer was quirky and featured a fictitious disease known as Light-Headedness. Since its launch, the game has garnered stellar reviews on PC, but console gamers were left out. Luckily, the title was confirmed for Xbox One, too.
If you want to know more about the console port, be sure to check out the newly-released developer diary.
We can't wait to play Two Point Hospital next month. Are you going to pick it up? Let us know.
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Build up a hospital from nothing to a masterpiece as you design the most beautiful – or functional – healthcare operation in the whole of Two Point County. Optimize your hospital design to increase patient flow, arranging corridors, rooms, and more.
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Can't wait, isn't it coming to Game Pass as well? On a related note... Does anyone else find this layout of Windows Central to be a complete and utter mess? The first half of this story talks about a new trailer. Then you see a bunch of ads. Then an embedded video for an unrelated game. Then some copy about how Windows Central received info that the game is now delayed (according to TPH Twitter account, it's still due out next month). Is that different story? What gives? I can't be the only one that finds discovering actual content to be extremely difficult.
Yeah, have to agree with you on that.