Two Point Campus appears on Windows Store ahead of official announcement

Two Point Campus Key Art

Two Point Hospital was a blast from the past when it was released in 2018, sharing many similarities to the classic 90s game Theme Hospital. Just a few months after the release of Two Point Hospital JUMBO Edition, a new leak now points to a new project called Two Point Campus.

Similar to Two Point Hospital, instead of building the perfect hospital Two Point Campus will see players build their own University.

As first reported by Windows Central, Two Point Campus made an appearance on the Microsoft Store for Xbox and PC, but this listing has now been removed.

The Microsoft Store listing describes the game by saying,

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.

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So far it looks like Two Point Campus will release on PC, likely via Steam, Origin, and the Microsoft Store, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. As of right now, there is no information regarding a release date, pricing, or whether the game will make an appearance on Xbox Game Pass, but with E3 right around the corner, we could see the official reveal within the next couple of weeks.

Before the listing was removed, Wario 64 was able to grab the included images to give a look at what to expect, which you can check out below.

  • Two Point Campus Leaked Image 1
  • Two Point Campus Leaked Image 2
  • Two Point Campus Leaked Image 3
  • Two Point Campus Leaked Image 4

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While we wait for the official announcement, now is the perfect time to check out its predecessor, Two Point Hospital.

Two Point Hospital is available now on PC via Steam, Origin, and Microsoft Store, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Mac OS, Linux, and Game Pass for both console and PC.

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