Two Point Campus mods are available for the game across Linux, Steam Deck, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to Two Point Studios, whose innovative spirit has truly brought something special to the gaming world. Available for all owners on Steam and Humble Store.
Let me give you something really exciting for all the creators and fans out there. Two Point Campus, that simulation where you get to build and manage your very own university, has just leveled up its creativity with mods. And the best part? It’s now cross-platform on Linux and Steam Deck, thanks to a collaboration with mod.io.
So, what’s the big news? You can now personalize your university with community created content. Imagine downloading and using custom-designed items to make your campus truly unique. This update also means no matter what device you’re on, you can access these custom mods.
Here’s a quick run-through: When you fire up Two Point Campus, you’ll see a new option in the main menu for mods. This is your gateway to the world. It’s a simple process to log in and start exploring. The developers have made it super user-friendly, so you won’t get lost.
But wait, there’s more on the horizon! Floor and wall customization is coming up, opening even more avenues for personalization. Keep an eye on their social media channel to catch this update.
Two Point Campus | now with Mods
Now, you might wonder, “How do I get these mods?” Easy! Make sure your game is up to date. Then, in the Two Point Campus main menu, hit the Mods tab. Look for a little icon in the top right, click it, and follow the steps to log in. Once you’re in, you can subscribe to any mod that catches your eye. These mods will download while you’re in the menu, and a notification will pop up once they’re installed.
Creating your own mods for Two Point Campus? You’ll need a few tools and a bit of guidance to get started. The initial setup also involves installing Unity, a game engine, and setting up your modding project. If you hit a roadblock, don’t sweat it. The community is super supportive, and there’s a Discord channel where you can ask questions and share your creations.
As a beginner, you might start with simple texture swaps, like changing the image on a poster. But as you get more comfortable, you can dive into more complex mods, like designing your own furniture or plant models.
Remember, modding is all about community and creativity. So, whether you’re downloading mods to spice up your campus or diving into creating your own, there’s a whole world of possibilities waiting for you in Two Point Campus. If you don’t own the game, check it out on Steam and Humble Store. Priced at $10.19 USD / £8.49 / 10,19€ with the 66% discount. Along with support for Linux, Steam Deck, and Windows PC.