Two Point Hospital Sequel Two Point Campus Was Leaked By The Microsoft Store

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A Microsoft Store listing for a sequel to Sega's Two Point Hospital has apparently leaked early. Two Point Hospital was first released on PC in 2018. Many people have appreciated Sega's Two Point Hospital, which has been successful so far. Upon its release in March, the console port Two Point Hospital: Jumbo Edition received positive reviews.

Two Point Hospital was a business tycoon mixed with a hospital theme, which made it a streaming favorite. Many awards were given to the game, including PC Game of the Year at the Golden Joystick Awards. Many thought a sequel would be coming to Two Point Hospital because the game became so loved and commercially successful, but not much has been revealed about a possible sequel.


Then the Two Point Hospital Sequel was revealed by Nintendo Life

As reported by Nintendo Life, Two Point Campus was suddenly available on the Microsoft Store, and it was removed quickly. However, images and the product description had already been uploaded onto the internet. According to the description, players run their own university during summer vacation, allowing them to learn.

A piece of the description read:

"Build libraries, hire the best staff (from eccentric professors to madcap researchers), kit your campus out with the best courses and watch the academic potential of your students get unlocked!"

From the looks of the images, Two Point Campus should retain a lot of the original game's quirkiness. Students appear to be working on a giant pizza that takes up nearly the entire room in one image. In another screenshot, you can see several characters sporting interesting outfits, including a knight in armor (the description mentions learning to joust) and a student wearing clown makeup, indicating that there are clown-related classes available.

A screenshot of Two Point Campus. It shows a pizza taking up a room.
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The description mentions that players will be able to form clubs and societies but does not specify a release date. There is a game launch page available on the website and several screenshots of the in-game interface, so it seems reasonable to assume that the game will be released soon.