If you like Theme Hospital, and want to play a modern game, you will be happy to know that a similar title, is about to be available soon. Two Point Hospital finally has a launch date, it will be released on August 30th.
The game is made by Two Point, and will be published by Sega. The gameplay of the Two Point Hospital is almost identical to Theme Hospital, in that you will be managing a hospital, its staff, equipment, in a bid to cure unusual ailments like Cubism, Mummification, etc. Sounds fun, right?
You will be able to build rooms, diagnose new kinds of ailments, discover cures, and even move to larger locations to handle pandemics. The graphics are cartoony to match the humour of the gameplay. And since the game is singleplayer, the company says it can be played offline.
Here’s the official trailer for Two Point Hospital
Two Point Hospital System Requirements
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS: Microsoft Windows 7 64-bit
- Processor: Intel Core i3 6100, or equivalent AMD
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA Geforce GT 1030, 2GB (Legacy: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460), or AMD RX550, 2GB (Legacy: AMD Radeon HD 6850). Integrated Graphics TBD
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 6 GB available space
Two Point Hospital’s recommended system requirements have not been announced yet, which is odd, considering that the launch date is just 4 weeks away.
Two Point Hospital will be available on PC, Mac and Linux. It has been priced at $35 at launch. You can pre-order Two Point Hospital on Steam for a 10% discount, which brings the price to $31.49.
The game has no In-App Purchases, but it does offer free in-game reward money which you can use to upgrade your hospital.
A console version of Two Point Hospital is planned, but there is no word about the launch date for that yet.