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Two Point Hospital: New DLC Close Encounters - £6.29 @ Steam Store
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Two Point Hospital: New DLC Close Encounters - £6.29 @ Steam Store

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Posted 23rd Aug

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More an FYI than a deal for those of us who enjoy the game. 10% off as a pre order. Only a few days until it's released. It's alien themed as in Area 51 style.

Down in the town of Goldpan, rumours persist of an out of this world encounter. A fireball, witnessed streaking above the sandy climes of Two Point County’s Eastern reaches, is chief suspect after a range of unusual illnesses have caused strife, commotion and general unrest amongst the inhabitants of this oft-forgotten town.

As an all-round medical supremo with a knack for tackling the unreal, your administration has operational access to some key locations in the area… including some areas the public really don’t need to know about. The Two Point Squabbler, the County’s finest journalistic institution, wants to know what’s going on… and you’re their ticket in.

What’s included?

  • 3 mysterious new locations
  • 3 new, fully animated cure machines
  • 11 new visual illnesses
  • 34 new illnesses in total
  • New gameplay
  • New music, DJ and tannoy lines
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The devs said recently that they would rather you bootleg the game than pay for it as they get no money from stream and cdkeys.com
Nicky_Chambers23/08/2019 10:52

The devs said recently that they would rather you bootleg the game than …The devs said recently that they would rather you bootleg the game than pay for it as they get no money from stream and cdkeys.com


Yeah cdkeys are a key seller so no they wouldn't get any money. Steam though, they'll get a cut, not as much as they would if it was on Epic Store but that's a debate for another day
Nicky_Chambers23/08/2019 10:52

The devs said recently that they would rather you bootleg the game than …The devs said recently that they would rather you bootleg the game than pay for it as they get no money from stream and cdkeys.com



someone has been misinformed on both fronts.

Games sold via Steam, steam take a cut of the sale price but the rest goes to the publisher / devs.
cdkeys are not able to magic cdkeys out of nothing - they are buying them from somewhere, and that should originate back to either steam or the publisher.

Perhaps they have confused their stories because when a key is bought outside of steam and redeemed on steam, Steam make no money from the sale, but as above the original key had to have been bought / generated from an initial valid source.

If devs want their game on steam and make the most money from it - they should sell Steam keys for their own game via their own site. They take the full sale price, and the key redeems on steam.
All the above are idiots... the devs get NO money at all from steam. Sega pay the devs... sega have paid the devs for the game... sega get all income from the sales. The devs have done their job and got paid for it already.
The problem is with SEGA then
Just thought I'd chip in but since there seems to be very little in terms of third party keys for this particular DLC at the moment it's somewhat moot arguing over it, although I appreciate the debate. I suggest you do what feels right for you. The developers are in the UK and many of them are former Bullfrog, Lionhead and Mucky Foot studios employees. All decent former studios with some excellent game history behind them so it's nice to support the developers when they create what are genuinely fun products. Shame the UK government has been scaling back and screwing over the native gaming industry by dropping subsidies and incentives.
Just thought I would add that it looks as if some third party stores are starting to get this in for pre-order. Humble now have it for pre-order at same price, or £5.03 if you have Humble Monthly, which is a great price IMHO, I am very tempted indeed.

Worth checking your emails if you aren't a member as I find Humble are sending me $3 off Humble Monthly offers every few months, suspect the service is struggling to keep subscribers or there wouldn't be so many discounts...
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