Sega acquires Two Point Hospital developer Two Point Studios

Diversion distributer Sega reported today that it has obtained Two Point Studios, the Fanham, England-based designer behind the sim Two Point Hospital.

Previous Lionhead workers began Two Point Studios in 2016. Its first amusement, Two Point Hospital, turned out in August 2018. It turned into a hit with pundits, winning a normal score of 83 on Metacritic. The diversion is an otherworldly successor to 1997’s Theme Hospital, which was made by Lionhead (known as Bullfrog at the time).

Sega now possesses all of Two Point, and it falls under the Sega Europe umbrella. Sega Europe has a solid gathering of PC designers, including Creative Assemble and Relic Entertainment. Two Point Hospital adds to its PC renown. The designer is taking a shot at a few unannounced ventures, with Sega promising subtleties in the coming months. Those will probably incorporate more sim diversions.

“It’s a milestone venture for Two Point Studios and we’re excited to join the Sega family. We’re anticipating executing the following period of our arrangements as we keep on advancing Two Point County,” said Mark Webley, fellow benefactor of Two Point Studios, in an official statement sent to GamesBeat. “It’s a massively energizing time to be a piece of Two Point and we are here today because of the diligent work, energy, and commitment of our little, however incredibly gifted group here in Farnham and the staggering fans that have bolstered us all through and guided our proceeded with advancement of Two Point Hospital.”

This is the main securing made under Sega Europe’s Searchlight Program. Sega had been banding together with Two Point since January 2017 paving the way to this obtaining.

“The Searchlight group search for energizing new improvement ability, taking a shot at new IP, with establishment potential, and this procurement is the first of its sort of as an immediate aftereffect of this interior activity,” Sega noted in the official statement.