two point hospital Archaeology

We’ve got massive hopes for Two Point Campus, if only as those behind it have proven they know how to make a fun, yet highly interesting management sim, following on from the brilliant Two Point Hospital. Today it’s that SEGA team who are dropping their first short video covering how the Archaeology course will play out.

If you have always wanted to discover ancient ruins, dig up artifacts that have been lost for thousands of years and hunt down remnants of ancient civilisations, then Two Point Campus’ Archaeology course is going to be for you.

It’s here where you can summon your inner Indy – a whip wielding, hat wearing, adventure seeking professor – before enrolling your students into the Archaeology Course, before helping them to get involved with the digging, scanning, and dusting as they make their way to fortune and glory.

The first short video in a series of course reveals for Two Point Campus will give you a glimpse of the Archaeology class, where students take on a range of challenges to uncover Artifacts. Your students can use tools like shovels, brushes, and metal detectors to discover items that are scattered around several dig sites. You’ll want to make sure to train your students and staff well too, because the more they know, the more extraordinary stuff they’ll dig up.

Two Point Campus is coming to PC and console on May 17th 2022, looking to deliver a charming management sim where you’ll be able to create the university of your dreams, shape the lives of your students, and manage everything in between. It’s coming both in physical and digital fashion on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Swith and PC, with Two Point Campus hitting Xbox Game Pass for console and PC Game Pass on day one.

For now you’ll want to take in the Archaeology course trailer below. Give it a watch and then let us know what you think.

And if you want to pre-order the game, the Xbox Store will cover what you need.

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