Two Point Hospital: ‘Speedy Recovery’ DLC now available on Steam and Microsoft Store


Two Point Hospital players can now check out a new expansion called “Speedy Recovery,” which is available now for PC on Steam and the Microsoft Store.

In this DLC, players will experience a new game mode, as they take command of a fleet of innovative ambulances, designed for every and any emergency. As incidents pop up via a new Dispatch button, players must use their ever-growing and improving ambulance squad to deliver patients to hospitals all over Two Point County, while also curing their ailments.

Race past new and familiar Two Point locations to pick up sick patients, from the cold Pointy Mountains to the tropical islands of Pebberley Island. Go the extra mile and dispatch shiny new road ambulances like the Big Healer or avoid bad traffic by calling in the Airloovator and fly your patients to safety.

You’ll also see three new locations, which include fully animated treatment rooms. Discover illnesses and use curing machines to get patients back on the road to recovery. The expansion also comes with a range of fresh items, like an Ambulance Racetrack, Rainbow Arches and a Duck Bin.

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