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Two Point Hospital for consoles will launch on February 25, 2020 (update)

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Source: Sega

Source: Sega (Image credit: Source: Sega)

What you need to know

  • Two Point Hospital is a hospital simulator from Sega.
  • The console port has been delayed until 2020.
  • No new concrete release date was provided.
  • The game is also coming to Xbox One and is up for preorder on Amazon (opens in new tab).

Updated December 11, 2019: Two Point Hospital is coming to Xbox One on February 25 according to a Microsoft Store listing that was spotted by TrueAchievemnets. Sega confirmed this with a new trailer.

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.

That's where the good news ends. Today, Windows Central received a press release from Sega saying that "console players will have to wait just a little while longer for it, as the release window for Two Point Hospital moves to the first half of 2020." This is unfortunate news, but in order to perfect the console port, the team needs more time.

Mark Webley, Game Director at Two Point Studios, said the following.

Our community have asked for Two Point Hospital on consoles for a while now and we want to make sure we deliver a game that can be enjoyed to the fullest on all platforms. This means we will need a little bit more time to optimize the game to ensure the best possible experience across all platforms.

Let's hope that Two Point Hospital on Xbox One is a polished experience and works well with a controller. We'll have to wait a little longer to find out. As soon as a concrete release date is announced, we'll provide an update.

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Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.