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Two Point Hospital was recently given a new update on Switch. In addition to improved stability, there’s a small balance adjustment and a whole bunch of fixes.

The full patch notes are as follows:

SEGA and Two Point Studios have issued a launch trailer for Two Point Hospital: Jumbo Edition, a new package containing the base game, four expansions, and two item packs. View it below.

Two Point Hospital players on Switch have a lot to look forward to. On March 5, the game is getting new Off the Grid and Close Encounters DLC, which will be bundled together with everything else released so far in a Jumbo Edition. A free update is planned for the same day.

Here’s the rundown of everything that’s in the pipeline:

The sim title Two Point Hospital has been updated, adding in a new feature. Switch players can now access the game’s Sandbox Mode.

Here’s an overview of the update, along with a trailer:

Two Point Hospital finally arrived on consoles last week following a previous delay. Interestingly, it’s Switch where the game did best. GamesIndustry reports that Two Point Hospital had 55 percent of its boxed sales on Switch, followed by 34 percent for PS4 and 12 percent for Xbox One.

We should have the full UK software sales within the next day or so. For now, you can find the top ten below.

The simulation game Two Point Hospital arrives on Switch today and a new launch trailer is now available. Watch it below.

After a previous delay, Two Point Hospital launches for Switch on February 25. View some early footage in the video below.

The simulation game Two Point Hospital has received a new gameplay video showing off how the title looks on consoles. Give it a look below.

Two Point Hospital was previously delayed on consoles after it was originally planned for this year. Today, Two Point Studios confirmed a final release date of February 25, 2020. It will be sold both physically and digitally.

Here’s a new trailer:

Two Point Hospital was originally planned for a 2019 release on consoles, including Switch. As the year is just about done, it’s not overly surprising that the game is seeing a delay. It’ll now be available in the first half of 2020.

In a blog post, Two Point Studios explained the the delay ultimate comes down to quality. The company explained: “making a management simulation game on three consoles (and making it the best it possibly can be on all three), is a tricky programming puzzle.”

Here’s the full post: