If you find you’re not making much profit in Two Point Hospital, it might be worth raising your prices. Here’s how to do it.
In Two Point Hospital, patients pay for every part of their treatment. Sadly, there’s no National Health Service here – but that’s good news for you, you money-hungry business person. The game sets treatment prices automatically, but you can lower or raise these as you need to. Here’s how.
From a level, press ‘X’ (or square on PS4) to access the main menu. Use your shoulder buttons to tab across until you see ‘Prices’. Click to open it.
Here, you’ll see a list of all your current diagnosis and treatment rooms, and the price you currently charge. If you’ve not yet adjusted them, the sliders will be set to ‘0’ – i.e. the default price. You can adjust them in increments of 10%, either increasing or reducing them.
There’s no limit as to how many times you can adjust prices, so feel free to experiment to find a good price point for your hospital.
Be careful if you increase them too high; patients can (and will) refuse to pay your prices, walking out of the hospital. You need to find a good balance between profit and keeping visitors happy. I’ve found an increase of 10-20% is a good place to start.