Play Two Point Hospital for free through the weekend

Play Two Point Hospital for free through the weekend

If you had not planned anything for this weekend, here is a small idea to keep you occupied, and without paying a dime! Released last August and published by SEGA, Two Point Hospital is playable for free now and until Monday at 6 pm. This simulation and management game offers you to become the big boss of a private hospital. Starting from scratch, you will need to develop your hospital, both in terms of efficiency and profitability. To improve your equipment you will, of course, need money, and to get it you will have to handle many aspects of the game. Of course, your priority will be to treat your patients, who, you will discover early enough, sometimes suffer from completely crazy diseases, such as, for example, cubism, verbal diarrhea, or even having a light bulb for a head. You will also need to make sure that your hospital is welcoming; that includes looking after the decoration, but also by hiring the right staff. Because in Two Point Hospital each employee is unique and has their own personality traits. As you can see, in Two Point Hospital, every piece of gear will need to be carefully oiled to make your hospital perform properly, but also for it to become a juicy business.



If the adventure tempts you, just go to the game page in the Steam store to download it and play for free until Monday. If you decide to buy the game later, your progress during the free trial will be saved. In addition to this free trial, you can also get original items from other licenses to decorate your hospital: an Endless Universe pack, a TOTAL WAR: Three Kingdoms pack, a Football Manager 2019 pack, and finally a new type of patient with a mysterious disease referring to Half-Life 2.

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