News: Bossa Studios handing out free games with Surgeon Simulator 2: Access All Areas

By Neil Flynn 02.09.2021

News: Bossa Studios handing out free games with Surgeon Simulator 2: Access All Areas on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

Surgeon Simulator 2: Access All Areas, the ultimate edition of the physics-based surgery simulator launches today on Steam and Xbox Store for £14.99/ $19.99/15.99, and also on Xbox Game Pass. 
Created by BAFTA-winning independent developer Bossa Studio, Surgeon Simulator 2: Access All Areas is packed with new maps, characters and game modes including the addition of the all-new Free-for-All mode. 

PC gamers will also be able to enjoy crossplay between Steam, Microsoft Store and Epic Games Store versions of the game. There is also an exclusive Twitch extension - allowing viewers to choose modifiers to affect streamers during live streams.

Anyone who buys Surgeon Simulator 2: Access All Areas at launch on PC will gain exclusive access to Bossa Studios' popular games for free: 

 This offer is only available for two weeks to all Steam players during the launch period. Xbox players will gain access to I Am Bread if they purchase Access All Areas. "After a lot of Bob's blood, sweat and tears, we're excited to say that Access All Areas is now ready for a new generation of wannabe surgeons," commented Sylvain Cornillon, Executive Producer on Surgeon Simulator 2. "Our team has worked hard to bring you the most ludicrous surgery simulator we could imagine. It's time to grab that saw - or any other tool available, from rubber ducks to plungers- and save the life of Bob and his clones!"  Surgeon Simulator 2: Access All Areas is available today, 2nd September 2021, via Steam and the Xbox Store.

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