New Freeplay Sandbox Mode Coming to Two Point Hospital Next Week

If you’ve been enjoying managing your own hospital, next week you’ll be getting a lot more freedom to do whatever you want. Two Point Hospital is getting a Sandbox: Freeplay mode, which will let you have more direct control over your hospital. To get fans ready, they released a trailer showing off some of the new features: 

Initially adding the ability to tweak hospitals in a range of ways (rename, unlock every option, and get the Kudosh rolling in, if you’re so inclined), “Sandbox: Freeplay” is the first in a line of planned Sandbox updates for Two Point Hospital, with the studio looking to the community to help shape this feature with their feedback. 

For those looking to celebrate Halloween in your games, next week also brings a spooky update that brings new ailments fun things to mess around with for a limited time. 

If you’ve been bitten by the Halloween-craze bug, we have the perfect prescription for the next week. Two Point Hospital: Spooooooky Mode includes cases of Frightheadedness, a spooooooky soundtrack and more to enjoy while you eat all the sweets you were definitely going to hand out to the neighbourhood kids trick-or-treating.

Since its release in August, Two Point Hospital has seen over a billion patients cured …and only 150 million callously allowed to die, but we won’t mention those. With such an engaged community, Two Point Studios have taken feedback on board to add new features, such as copy-paste room layouts (for a quick cure to the queues outside your GP’s office) and full staff and patient customisation, and are looking to collaborate with players to shape future updates.

In Two Point Hospital, the competition for the top healthcare provider in Two Point County is fierce. To become the best Hospital Administrator, players will have to prove themselves in a diverse assortment of hospital management challenges. Design your hospitals, train and manage staff with their own… unique personalities, and research treatments for very normal illnesses such as Mock Star, Jest Infection or Cubism.

– Jordan