Two Point Hospital is now available on PC, Mac and Linux with the pre-purchase incentive running for a few extra days until Wednesday, September 5th, 2018. SEGA Europe Ltd. and Two Point Studios are celebrating the digital only launch on Steam and via SEGA approved digital retailers with this brand new trailer  introducing players to the atypical world of Two Point County and its diverse array of hospital management challenges.

Two Point Hospital will see players take on the role of Hospital Administrator where a mantra of build, cure and improve will be necessary on the journey to hospital management greatness. Design and optimise your hospitals; train your staff and manage their wide-ranging personalities; discover unusual illnesses and research new treatments to cure them; conduct marketing to spread your organisation and do it all while experiencing the intravenous charm, humour and character that Two Point Hospital delivers.

Today’s release marks Two Point Studios’ debut game launch but this is a studio whose wealth of experience and pedigree has been drawn from some of the greatest sim games ever made. These include Theme Hospital, Black and White and Theme Park and the Farnham-based studio can now add Two Point Hospital to that list while maintaining a drive and ambition to add many more in the future.

“It’s a great privilege for SEGA Europe to have been able to work with Two Point Studios on their debut release and we have been absolutely thrilled with the reception we’ve been getting for Two Point Hospital since we announced it back in January,” said John Clark, Executive Vice President of Publishing. “We are hopeful that this is just the beginning of our relationship with this talented studio and are confident gamers around the world will fall in love with Two Point Hospital’s charm and depth.”

Two Point Hospital is out now as a digital download for PC, Mac and Linux.

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