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Hilarious emergencies come home to roost as Two Point Hospital heads to consoles later this year

Today, Sega Europe and Two Point Studios announced that it will bring its massively popular simulator game Two Point Hospital to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch later this year in physical and digital forms. This console release will also include two expansions as well as a revamped user experience catered for console controls.

In the atypical and engrossing world of Two Point Hospital you, the hospital administrator, must deal with many tricky situations on a daily basis, taking on varied challenges and demonstrating your ability to build, cure and improve in the hardest and strangest circumstances. Running a hospital empire can be – often literally – a messy business. So, make sure to train your staff and deal with their wide-ranging personality traits if you want to defeat the healthcare competition of Two Point County, and don’t worry if you can’t save every patient, ghost capturing janitors are here to help!

Since its successful PC release, Two Point Hospital has seen a wide-range of new features added to the game thanks, in part, to a lot of great community feedback. Many of these features, such as Interior Designer, copy-paste room layouts and character customisation will all be included for the console launch later this year. Players will even be able to experience the recently added expansions ‘Bigfoot’, set in a snowy region and ‘Pebberley Island’, where you tackle new challenges in the tropics. Two Point Hospital will be fully rebuilt for console gaming, with controls that brilliantly work for playing on the go or with a controller in hand.

“Bringing Two Point Hospital to console is something we always envisioned when starting up Two Point Studios in 2016”, said Mark Webley, Game Director at Two Point Studios. “Our community’s number one question since launch has been: ‘when is Two Point Hospital coming to consoles?’. Well, it is happening and we are very excited.”

Check out the trailer above, read Ron’s review of the PC version, and stay tuned for more news here on Gaming Trend.

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