Video: Watch us build a busy Two Point Campus building from scratch in 20 minutes

Our new Two Point Campus gameplay footage demonstrates how simple the game’s user interface is.

Two Point Studios‘ second game is due for release on August 9, but we recently spent some time playing through the game’s first four stages.

We’ve written more about our time with the game in our Two Point Campus hands-on preview, but we also wanted to share some gameplay footage to highlight the game’s user-friendly control system.

You can watch our 20-minute gameplay video here:

We build a busy Two Point Campus building in just 20 mins | VGC

Our gameplay video takes place on the game’s third stage, Noblestead, which is a medieval-themed campus where students can attend ‘Knight School’ to learn how to fence and joust.

The video starts right at the beginning of the stage, where the player is presented with a completely empty campus building and $250,000 in cash.

The aim of our video is to show how easy it is to build the campus’s various rooms, decorate them, furnish them with the right equipment and hire the right staff to work in them.

As you can see in the video, the campus is open and ready to start the school year after just 11 minutes of gameplay, and by 20 minutes the campus is already bustling with classes being taught and students from rival schools trying to cause trouble.

Two Point Campus is the sequel to Two Point Hospital, and will be released on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Nintendo Switch. It will also be available on Xbox Game Pass for console and PC on day one.

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