two point campus space academy

Are you ready to boldly go where no student has gone before? If you thought Two Point Campus was mad enough already, you ain’t seen nothing until you’ve joined the Space Academy. 

Available today to help Two Point Campus players enhance their learning, the Space Academy expansion is the first major piece of DLC to have released for the rather brilliant, critically acclaimed school management base game. 

Two Point Campus is a game we love, giving it a big 4.5/5 in review, speaking of how it’s a game that is utterly charming, full of well balanced gameplay and capable of running a comfortable difficulty curve. In fact, much like the equally brilliant Two Point Hospital before it, it’s a game that we can’t help but continue dipping into. 

More content is always appreciated though and so if you’re playing Two Point Campus on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 or PC, then you can now get access to the Space Academy joys. Nintendo Switch folk will need to hold tight until December 12th. 

But what are you getting by enrolling? Well, Space Academy adds in a whole galaxy of new features – three new campus locations, six student archetypes, a similar number of courses, classrooms and more. 

It’s priced well too at some £8.99 from the Xbox Store, letting you gain the skills you need to work through Universe City, Cape Shrapnull and Cheesy Heap, attempting as best you can to understand the intracicies of Astrology, Cosmic Expansion, Space Acadmey, Space Knight School, Cheese Moongery and Humanities. You may think that final one sounds a bit boring in comparision, but you’d be wrong, with the new campuses and courses bringing all of the following…

  • Universe City – Revitalise the County’s interest in outer space, one small step at a time.
  • Cape Shrapnull – Take over Two Point’s recently founded Space Academy and prepare for contact with aliens.
  • Cheesy Heap – Attract students from across the galaxy to learn on the surface of a massive space rock.
  • Astrology – A field unconstrained by gravity and common sense.
  • Cosmic Expansion – Use the latest aeronautical advances to build pointy space cars.
  • Space Academy – Become confident in space from the comfort of wherever this is.
  • Space Knight School – A nomadic offshoot of traditional (land-based) knighthood.
  • Cheese Moongery – No one wants to see how the cheese is made.
  • Humanities – Alien students are tired of the hearsay, they want unfiltered, tepid humanity straight from the tap.

But space is about pushing the bounderies and you’ll also find access to a new Time Tourism Club and a host of events that allow the most intense of space battles to play out. 

From the blurb and from what the SEGA and Two Point teams at laying out, Two Point Campus: Space Academy could well be up there as a must-have Add-on. We’ll be sure to let you know in full review, but you could do worse than hit up the Xbox Store and take home an Xbox One / Xbox Series X|S download of Space Academy right now. With the base game on Game Pass, it feels like a no-brainer.

You’ll also find it on PlayStation and PC. 

DLC Description:

Welcome aboard space cadets, as we boldly go to Two Point County’s Space Academy! The Two Point space program is far, far away from its golden years, when rockets lit up the news and astronauts were semi-famous, like B-list actors you don’t even recognise. And now the County has opened the doors to its fledgling Space Academy, Two Point needs your help on the front-lines of galactic defence, inter-dimensional diplomacy, promoting the space industry and preparing the County for foreign life. The aliens are coming; look busy. We’ve also discovered a cluster of those cheesy space rocks caught in the County’s orbit. So we need you to set up Two Point’s first out-of-County campus, source alien students from all around the galaxy, and teach them everything we know about us. Conditions may be harsh out here, but we’re sitting on a gold mine. So dust off your moon boots, set phasers to fun, and get your students to reach for the stars… and their wallets.

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