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Xbox Game Pass Subscribers Got Another Excellent Day One Release Yesterday

Xbox Game Pass Subscribers Got Another Excellent Day One Release Yesterday

If you haven't already, Xbox Game Pass subscribers should download this excellent day one release.

When it comes to Xbox, there’s nothing better than a juicy day one Xbox Game Pass release. A brand new game for free? Sign me up. Already this month, Game Pass subscribers have been treated to the additions of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, Shenzhen I/O, and Turbo Golf Racing but this latest addition is easily the best to come in August: Two Point Campus.

Check out the trailer for Two Point Campus below.

Two Point Campus is a brand new business management sim by Two Point Studios which as of yesterday (9 August), Xbox Game Pass subscribers are able to download and enjoy. Players are essentially tasked with building and running their own university, but what that university looks like is up to you. You may go down the classic route, but you can also create your own medieval knight school or, even better, a Hogwarts-style magic academy.

In our review, GAMINGbible’s very own Phil rated the game a very high eight out of ten. He wrote, “Two Point Campus is a charming yet chaotic management sim with tons of creative freedom,” adding that “the game is incredibly welcoming for newcomers” to the Two Point series. All in all, “If education and management simulation games are your thing you should definitely check out Two Point Campus, even if it is just to build the ultimate Student Union bar.” High praise.

So if you’re an Xbox Game Pass subscriber, there’s nothing stopping you from downloading this gem right now. The game is also available on PC, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch - but no freebies for you, sorry. PC owners can bag our exclusive GAMINGbible discount on the game though so do check that out.

Featured Image Credit: Billy Freeman, Dimitris Chapsoulas via UnSplash

Topics: Xbox, Xbox Game Pass, Sega