Two Point Hospital: JUMBO Edition Brings Host of DLC to Consoles

Two Point Hospital: JUMBO Edition is the best deal for console players interested in the quirky hospital management sim.

Two Point Hospital has gotten quite a few expansions and item pack releases on PC, but only a small handful of its post-release content had made it to console until today with the release of Two Point Hospital: JUMBO Edition.

JUMBO Edition is now out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch and includes four of the game's expansions, as well as two item packs for new players to add some variety to their hospital management endeavors.

The expansions included in Two Point Hospital: JUMBO Edition are Bigfoot, Pebberley Island, Close Encounters, and Off The Grid — all four bringing new features and mechanics to get the hang of. The two item packs included are the Retro Items Pack and the Exhibition Items Pack.

Those who purchased Two Point Hospital before this release will finally be able to buy the expansions and the two item packs off their platform's respective storefront. However, both previous owners and newcomers with JUMBO Edition will be receiving two free updates to the game as well: Remix, which adds additional goals and conditions, and Room Templates, which makes building multiple rooms a much less frustrating endeavor.

Two Point Hospital recently received a new DLC titled A Stitch in Time on PC, adding new 13 new illnesses and new levels to play through.

For console players, this is probably the best time to hop into the game with the Two Point Hospital: JUMBO Edition considering the amount of content included in the package, and it is also available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X via the platforms' backwards compatibility features. 

We loved Two Point Hospital on PC, giving the game a perfect 10/10 for its addictive gameplay and faithfulness to its predecessor, Theme Hospital

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Published Mar. 5th 2021

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