Just a few months after the excellent hospital management sim Two Point Hospital released the quintessential Two Point Hospital JUMBO Edition, a new leak has surfaced pointing to the next project from Two Point Studios and SEGA. Two Point Campus has made an appearance on the Microsoft Store for Xbox and PC, and highlights a new direction for the studio’s classic and excellently executed management simulator gameplay.
Alongside the Microsoft Store page, two noted industry insiders have also shared several images of the purported Two Point Campus game, lending further credence to the already-likely possibility that Two Point Campus is real.
According to the Microsoft Store page and the leaked images for Two Point Campus, it looks like a game that combines the charming and polished gameplay and mechanics of Two Point Hospital with the goal of building the perfect university. From the Microsoft Store:
Build the university of your dreams with Two Point Campus, the follow up management sim with a twist from the creators of Two Point Hospital. Get to know your students, explore their personalities and fulfill their wants and needs. Craft buildings, choose courses, hire the best staff and build an academic institution to stand the test of time.
It looks like Two Point Campus will be available for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, and PC. At this time, there is no release date or pricing information, nor any indication that Two Point Campus will join its predecessor Two Point Hospital on Xbox Game Pass.
It should be noted that this isn’t an official announcement of any kind, so you should still take this leak with a tiny pinch of salt to be safe. However, appearances on official storefronts like the addition of Two Point Campus in the Microsoft Store rarely result in a “debunked rumor” and are often reliable sources that a game is real and close to an official announcement. Still, we’ll have to keep our eyes peeled for an official confirmation from Two Point Studios and SEGA that Two Point Campus is happening.
In the meantime, you can enjoy the leaked images below or in the tweets above, or check out the official storelisting in the Microsoft Store (as long as it stays up — pages like this are often taken down until an official announcement). You can also check out our list of best Xbox games for other amazing video games to occupy your time.
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