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Two Point Hospital: Speedy Recovery expansion is out now

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Two Point Studios might be currently working on Two Point Campus but they're not done with their modern take on Theme Hospital with the Two Point Hospital: Speedy Recovery DLC out now.

Speedy Recovery brings with it a new game mode, where you take command of an "extraordinary fleet of innovative and unorthodox ambulances". As incidents pop up via a new 'Dispatch' button, you use your new fleet of vehicles to deliver patients to hospitals all over Two Point County while you also cure their ailments. Actually sounds like a pretty great little expansion, much more interesting than the previous additions.

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With it you get three new locations and features three new, fully animated treatment rooms. There's also 19 new illnesses, although only 6 are new visually like Under the Weather, Hive Mind and Snow Problem and they come with their new curing machines like the Honey Trap.

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