Prepare the thrusters and set your phasers to stun with the upcoming arrival of Space Academy for Two Point Campus! Astronauts, interstellar explorers, and thinkers of the cosmos can finally come together to help rebuild a neglected space program at their respective universities. Witness it all, from enlightening parties and classrooms to mining a cheesy asteroid. What more can we expect from the first DLC for Two Point Campus? Read on to find out more!
Two Point Campus Restores the Space Academy for All Available Students
Attention, impending graduates! Starting on December 6 of next month, the space program will see a revival. It’ll begin in Universe City, an area where players will ultimately bring the intergalactic classes for all purposes concerning space. Learn and administer defensive mechanisms for the galaxy; practice diplomacy amongst others across the stars; host rock n’ roll parties and sci-fi with aliens and fellow space enthusiasts.
Once you’ve established Universe City, come and take your talents over to Cape Shrapnull to stretch out your combative skills. Duke it with other students while studying the importance of space action. And when you’re ready, you can finally go to space to mine cheese from the Cheesy Heap. Harvest the remaining dairy resource from space as you work with a particular cheesy monster.
Of course, no formal school announcement is official without some flavor! Developer Two Point Studios and publisher SEGA put together a special presentation to walk you through the Space Academy. In addition to what’s been mentioned before, you can expect zero-gravity experiments, vibrant classrooms, and a charismatic (yet illusive) Star Trek-esque host. Be sure to check out the footage above.
Two Point Campus: Space Academy launches on December 6, 2022, for the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. Nintendo Switch players will start their first day of class the following week, December 12.
Are you ready to reach for the stars next month on Two Point Campus? How expansive is your university? Let us know in the comments!