Two Point Hospital free weekend is here, and it brings with it some neat crossover content for players to enjoy. Two Point Hospital is the spiritual successor to the classic Bullfrog game Theme Hospital (and it’s made by many of the same people, to boot). Players get to diagnose and treat all sorts of strange diseases like Denim Genes, Jest Infection, and Mime Crisis. Now, pretty much anyone with a Steam account will be able to play the game for free—and you can buy it at a discount, to boot.

A few pieces of crossover content will also be debuting during the Two Point Hospital free weekend. A trailer has launched to give you a quick look at the new goodies:

The announcement has some more details about what we can expect to see. In total, the Two Point Hospital free weekend adds 11 new items to the game along with a (sort of) new disease. All of these items fit one of four themes and can be acquired for Kudosh in-game. Here’s the full list of items:


Endless Universe Pack

  • Hothouse Canvas (K75)
  • Space Rug (K500)
  • Endless Arcade Machine (K550)
  • Horatio Statue (K1,800)

The Total War: Three Kingdoms Pack

  • Valley Canvas (K75)
  • Backless Bench (K100)
  • Dragon Ornament (K1,800)

The Football Manager Pack

  • Football Bean Bag (K50, Staff Room)
  • Framed Sportswear (K75, Marketing Room)
  • Tactics Board (K150, Marketing Room)
  • Pitch Rug (K500)

Headcrabbedness

  • A new disease where patients have a headcrab on their head.

Lastly, the developers will be streaming on the game’s YouTube channel throughout the weekend. You can go ahead and check it out, but why not just download the game and see what it’s like for yourself?

If you’re curious what the game is like, go ahead and give our review a read. You can participate in the Two Point Hospital free weekend right now by getting the game on Steam. If you enjoy the game and want to buy it, you can grab it at a 33% discount. Don’t forget that the brand-new Pebberly Island DLC launches on Monday!

Will you participate in the Two Point Hospital free weekend? What do you think of the new content? Let us know in the comments below!

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Robert N. Adams

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!



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