Bossa Studios has announced that madcap multiplayer surgery game Surgeon Simulator 2: Access All Areas will be heading to the Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One as well as Steam this September.
Originally released for PC exclusively via the Epic Game Store last August, the game sees you and up to three other friends attempt to complete a range of physics based puzzle rooms, ostensibly based around completing the successful surgery of a patient. In reality, you’ll be throwing around items and organs, exploring nooks and crannies and generally causing chaos as you solve problems and try and keep your patients alive.
The main game includes a story mode written by Tomb Raider (2013) and Mirror’s Edge scribe Rhianna Pratchett, and the PC version also included an in-game level editor for players to create their own levels for other players to tackle. There’s no confirmation at the time of writing if that’s made it in to this version, but we’d be surprised if at least some of the many impressive custom levels created within the mode on PC hadn’t made it across at the very least.
The Xbox release has a couple of new additions to go along with the new “Access All Areas” subtitle, including the promise of “brand new features, revamped characters” and gameplay that runs at a silky-smooth 60FPS at 4K resolution.
You can check out a trailer for the game below. Surgeon Simulator 2: Access All Areas launches on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and Steam and the Windows 10 Store from September 2, 2021.