Health at 100 per hour: free costumes with the effigy of Sonic, Amy, Knuckles and Tails and objects for everyone!
For the occasion, Two Point Hospital will be free to play (for a limited time) and /or offered at a reduced rate on different platforms:
- PC: Playable for free on Steam from July 30 to August 2. Base game offered at -75% and all DLC offered up to 50% off from July 30th to August 5th.
- Nintendo Switch: Free trial to download from the Nintendo eShop until August 3. 30% discount on the price of the game and all its DLC until August 8th.
- Xbox: Gold Free Play Days on Xbox Live until August 1. 30% off the base game and its DLC until August 9th.
With the four new costumes available to dress your lifeblood with dignity (Sonic, Amy, Knuckles and Tails), make sure all the staff participate in the party while ensuring health and happiness for the inhabitants of Two Point County.
An exceptional Sonic statue, decorative carpets and even a giant Golden Ring: everyone will find objects to their liking to adorn their hospital center with the most gleaming trappings in the purest Sonic style.
As die-hard fans of the little supersonic blue ball (and after incorporating a Sonic arcade cabinet into the game!), the teams at Two Point Studios couldn’t let slip the opportunity to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the coolest hedgehog on the planet video games.
“For us, putting a little sonic magic in our universe is a dream come true. With the discounts and free trials, this is a really great time to experience Two Point Hospital,” says Gary Carr, Studio Director of Two Point Studios.
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