Get ready to put your questionable surgery skills to the test. Surgeon Simulator 2 is coming out in just a few short weeks and it promises to be even weirder than the last game.
If you’re unfamiliar with the first game, Surgeon Simulator is a dark-humored surgery simulator featuring dangerously unqualified doctors as they perform surgery on unwitting patients. You have to work with wobbly-handed controls (be careful not to drop the brain) and physics-based surgery. It’s a great little game to pass a couple of hours so it’s good to see a sequel seven years later.
Build a bowling alley?
Surgeon Simulator 2 appears to be a huge step away from the original one. The main change between the sequel and the original is the new Creation Mode level editor. This allows players and up to three friends to create new challenges and experiences that can be shared online.
As you can see from the new trailer, this goes beyond your humble surgery management challenge. You’ll be able to build and explore player-built dance halls and bowling alleys as well as surgical challenges. Play around with trap doors, a giant piano, a basketball court and labyrinth-like rooms.
Take a look at the trailer below for an idea of what to expect.
There also appears to be way more control over building in this game. You’ll be able to build architectural structures, choose the lighting, furniture, props and the surgery equipment you put into your theater.
When is Surgeon Simulator 2 Coming Out?
Surgeon Simulator 2 will come to the Epic Games Store on August 27th. It’ll cost you $24.99 or £19.99.
There’s also a closed beta running between the 7th to the 9th of August which you will gain access to if you pre-order this title.
Pre-ordering also gets you a selection of exclusive cosmetics including the Mad Scientist cosmetic set, the wristwatch cosmetic item and the Super Hero cosmetic set. You’ll also get other goodies like the Season Pass and the official soundtrack thrown in for good measure.
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