Two Point Hospital is the spiritual successor to Theme Hospital, first details and screenshots

SEGA and Two Point Studios today announced a revolutionary new treatment for ‘Light-Headedness’ in their newly revealed game, Two Point Hospital, coming to Steam in late 2018. Two Point Hospital, inspired by and from the creators of Theme Hospital, is set to be a return to one of gaming’s most loved sim genres.

Two Point Hospital draws on the experience of some the gaming industry’s most experienced and successful sim developers, who between them, in addition to Theme Hospital, have worked on titles like Black and White, Theme Park and Fable at studios including Bullfrog, Lionhead and Mucky Foot. This new title promises to deliver a compelling experience packed with the humour, charm and replayability fans of the genre have come to expect.

John Clark, Executive Vice President of Publishing for SEGA Europe, said:

“We’re delighted to finally announce the fruits of our partnership with Two Point Studios and reveal Two Point Hospital to the world. We’re committed to finding and working with the best new studios, ones that fit with SEGA’s ethos to deliver new IP with strong franchise potential. Two Point Studios’ vision for Two Point Hospital and their ambitions for it fit perfectly with that notion and we look forward to releasing their game later this year.”

Mark Webley, Co-Founder of Two Points Studios, added:

“Gary and I have been talking about this project for a number of years and are really excited to be announcing Two Point Studios’ first game.”

Gary Carr concluded:

“The amazing team we have managed to bring together, and our partnership with Sega, has really allowed this first part of our vision to finally come to fruition.”

Two Point Hospital will launch for PC via Steam and the SEGA Store later this year.

Enjoy its first screenshots and stay tuned for more!

Theme Hospital sequel Two Point Hospital - first trailer

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