London, England – December 5, 2018 – SEGA® Europe Ltd. and Two Point Studios™ are delighted to announce (and release!) the ‘Two Point Hospital™ – Bigfoot’ DLC today, available for £6.99 on Steam. Let’s join Two Point County News Network anchor Trent Darby, as he breaks the news in the latest trailer: https://youtu.be/DSV0KR6pCMM

In the Two Point Hospital – Bigfoot DLC you’ll take on a range of new administrative challenges in Two Point County’s namesake Pointy Mountains, where you’ll find three new hospitals, three new treatment rooms, a collection of new wintery items and furnishings, 34 new region-specific illnesses (including 9 visual illnesses), as well as new challenges, features and a new, very hairy, VIP…

Local celebri-yeti Bartholomew F. Yeti, the otherwise reclusive furball, has been petitioning for better healthcare in the Pointy Mountains, home to the most frequently forgotten people in all of Two Point County. Mr Yeti will need your help, curing new illnesses such as Cold Shoulder, Bard Flu, and Aurora Snorealis at the Pointy Mountains’ three new hospitals. There’s a medical facility at the Underlook Hotel, a ski resort with more lawsuits than guests; the remote and dilapidated Swelbard Research Institute; and the chance to turn an aristocratic family’s spare, and extremely grand, lodging into a hospital for the surrounding community in Roquefort Castle.

In Two Point Hospital, budding administrators will need to be creative and demonstrate their ability to build, cure and improve in even the hardest and oddest circumstances. Design your hospitals, research unusual illnesses, manage and train often-quirky staff, and try to defeat the fierce healthcare competition of Two Point County.

Two Point Hospital is available on Steam and from SEGA approved digital retailers. For more information about all things Two Point Hospital sign up for our Hospital Pass newsletter at www.twopointhospital.com where you will receive the coveted in-game item, the Golden Toilet. You can also follow the game on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. For more information about SEGA Europe, log on to www.sega.co.uk, follow us on Facebook or on Twitter.

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