Two Point Campus PS5 PS4

We've got the Microsoft Store to thank for yet another gaming leak, revealing that Two Point Hospital developer Two Point Studios is currently working on a more educational take on its simulation and strategy titles. Two Point Campus allows you to build your own university and "get to know your students, explore their personalities and fulfil their wants and needs. Craft buildings, choose courses, hire the best staff and build an academic institution to stand the test of time." The Microsoft Store listing includes references to both Xbox and Xbox Series X|S versions, so we have to assume the game will also come natively to PlayStation 5 and PS4.

The description goes on to explain how you'll be able to build outside for the first time, lay down paths with new tools, and plant flowers wherever you see fit. However, the sort of stuff your students will actually be studying is a little out of the ordinary. Instead of the usual business studies or vast range of science courses, Two Point Campus is all about Knight School and Gastronomy, which is "where your students will build mouth-watering concoctions like giant pizzas and enormous pies". That sounds like a subject right up our alley.

At the start of your journey, the summer break will give you time to get the school and surrounding grounds all in place before students arrive and wreak havoc. "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!" And once everyone is settled in, clubs, societies, and gigs can be set up to allow everyone to socialise beyond those on their course.

The Microsoft Store listing doesn't come with a release date attached, but we have to imagine an announcement isn't far off, what with E3 season right around the corner. Would you be interested in playing Two Point Campus? Don't get kicked off the course in the comments below.

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