Two Point Hospital Jumbo Edition Makes The Game Better Than Ever

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Author:

Kyle Smith

Publish Date:

2 Mar 2021

On the 5th of March this year Two Point Hospital will be bringing two awesome new expansions to consoles! But that is not all though… A brand new, bigger, bulkier, edition of the game is coming your way too. Say hello to the JUMBO EDITION! This enormous four expansions and two huge item packs (that’s 27 hospitals, 189 illnesses and 100s of items!) come along with a free update including some of the most popular community requested features, this is something you definitely won’t want to miss. 


To keep things simple too, the developers Two Point, are giving total freedom with the options to upgrade your current game. You can simply go for the JUMBO Edition and get everything, or just to grab whichever expansion you fancy individually, there’s something new for absolutely everyone!

The free update coming to all console platforms, regardless of whether you have the JUMBO Edition or not, includes brand new ‘Room Templates’ which is arguably the most popular feature the Two Point Hospital community have been requesting. Build yourself a stunning room, save it as a template and place it in any of your other hospitals! Room Templates make building your dream hospital so much easier. The update will also be introducing R.E.M.I.X, a digital recreation of some of your favourite levels. 


What do the developers mean by digital recreation? Excellent question! The good people at Bungle came up with the idea to create a hospital simulator simulation… where you’ll complete goals to receive stars. Of course, being digital, these stars don’t actually reflect anything tangible, they aren’t a standardised rating by a recognised board like the Two Point Health Ministry, they’re purely symbolic of progress and an understood practice in video games. Let’s face it, now you know about them, you want them, right? 


The Two Point Hospital: JUMBO Edition and Free Update are coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on the 5th of March 2021 for £34.99.

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