Two Point Campus: Rebel’s Guide to Building an Academic Empire

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Welcome to Two Point Campus ⁠– where the parties are bonkers and the essays are last minute. If you want to build your own academic empire, you’ll need some guidance to get started, so here’s your rebel’s guide to building an academic empire! Sponsored by SEGA.

Two Point Campus is a business simulation game from the developers of Two Point Hospital where players can build and manage a university campus. Players can choose courses that their students will study including Academic Exercise, Musicality, Scientology, Knight School, Spy School, Funny Business, Archaeology, Gastronomy, General Knowledge, Internet History, Robotics, Wizardry, School of Thought, Virtual Normality, Dark Art, and Countercultural Studies.

Players will be able hire and manage staff to teach the students, decorate the campus, manage staff and student happiness, build dormitories, bathrooms, shower rooms, staff rooms, student unions and lecture theatres. Use vending machines and food stands to ensure students have enough to eat and drink. Two Point Campus is developed by Two Point Studios, published by SEGA. Two Point Campus launches on August 9th for PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

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