SEGA is now giving Steam users the opportunity to play Two Point Hospital for free until August 30. PC players will be able to experience the hospital sim over the weekend, thanks to the game’s 2-year anniversary.
If players are keen to keep playing after the weekend is over, the base game is on sale for a massive 70% off. The expansions, items, and soundtrack is 50% off, according to VG 24/7. You’ll have one more day after the weekend free trial to decide to buy the game or not.
Two Point Hospital has you build your own enterprise in the health services industry. From an empty lot to a highly functional hospital, you organize the cash flow, hire staff, set up the corridors and waiting areas for maximum profit, research for better tech and treatments, and improve its image by decorating the rooms with entertaining knick-knacks and decorative pieces.
You can also level up your staff with new skills and abilities, so they can tackle whatever strange illness comes your way. Keep in mind, however, that your staff can be inefficient and unruly, in some cases!
SEGA and Two Point Studios recently implemented a new free Sandbox mode for you to mess around with. You can have an unlimited amount of money to play around with, and you can set temperature settings to ludicrous levels to burn up your patients. That doesn’t sound very nice, but you do you! All upgrades are available from the get-go as well.
If you’re interested in checking out the game, you need at least an Intel Core i3 6100 or AMD FX-4350 processor, 4GB RAM, and a 2GB graphics card on the level of an NVIDIA Geforce GT 1030, or an AMD RX550. SEGA recommends that you have 8GB of RAM, an Intel Core i5 6600 or an AMD Ryzen 1600x processor, and a 3GB graphics card like NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 or a 4GB graphics card similar to the AMD RX 580.
Steam isn’t your only option to play Two Point Hospital; it’s also available on Xbox Game Pass for PC and console. You can check out your first month of Xbox Game Pass for $1 and play Two Point Hospital and many other games (like Halo, Gears of War, and Microsoft Flight Simulator) to your hearts’ content. It will renew for $9.99 by the end of that month, but it’s a great deal to begin with.
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