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Two Point Campus is coming to Linux from the Two Point Hospital team

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Two Point Studios shared today that the upcoming Two Point Campus due in 2022 will have a native Linux supported build, just like they did with Two Point Hospital.

In Two Point Campus, you’ll be tasked with building and running your very own campus environment, where the decisions you make will shape the lives of the students you enrol and the staff you hire. For the first time, build in the great outdoors as you develop your very own campus grounds, buildings, and surroundings. Lay down dorms, pathways, hedgerows and more with new easy-to-use creative tools. The only limit is your imagination (and your in-game bank balance).

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“We hope that the incredible Two Point community will love all the new creative freedom that Two Point Campus will bring and that new players will be intrigued by its setting and the quirky world we’re trying to build, packed with our trademark humour and charm”, said Gary Carr, Co-founder and Creative Director at Two Point Studios.

Replying to a forum post on the Steam Community asking about Linux, the Two Point team said very clearly:

Hey everyone!

There will be a native Linux version of Two Point Campus which will be available via Steam :)

You can follow Two Point Campus on Steam. Due for release in 2022. We'll be following along to keep you posted on it.

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9 comments

TheSHEEEP 16 Jun
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You know what game I'd love to get a "sequel" to?
The Movies.
Pinguino 16 Jun
I was confused up to the last minute, thinking this was yet another DLC for TP Hospital. This is so much better, tough, and so exciting. THP was such a fantastic sequel to Theme Hospital, and as someone who works in a university myself I can't help but be super excited about this. Wishlisted!
JSVRamirez 16 Jun
Quoting: TheSHEEEPYou know what game I'd love to get a "sequel" to?
The Movies.

Oh yes so very this!!!
NoSt 17 Jun
Great news!
I was a bit disappointed not to see the Linux (well, SteamOS) icon when they first launched the Two Point Campus Steam page. But now I'm happy to know Two Point Studios are still supporting Linux.
jens 18 Jun
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Very cool, I liked the predecessor, this looks promising too.
Pinguino 18 Jun
Quoting: NoStI'm happy to know Two Point Studios are still supporting Linux.

I'm not sure how much a publisher matters in this regard, but Sega has been quite Linux-friendly too.
Ketil 18 Jun
I wonder what the gameplay would be like. I am very opposed to the idea of treating education like an assembly line, but maybe the humourous touch could make it work. With that being said, I don't think psychiatry is an assembly line either, and I tolerated that in both theme hospital and two-point hospital.
jens 18 Jun
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Quoting: KetilI am very opposed to the idea of treating education like an assembly line,…

I think that (unfortunately) very much depends on who you ask within a hospital or university :)
Kaplau93 18 Jun
Immediately added to the wishlist.
I feel like there have been school-management games before, but I do not remember the last big budget one.
Glad Two Point is making these sorts of games!
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