For all you medical aficionados out there, Surgeon Simulator 2: Access All Areas is making the jump from PC and slicing its way onto Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S on September 2.

Developer Bossa Studios announced the news today, confirming it will launch with a year's worth of updates and new features. Amongst the new offerings is a wider selection of user-generated maps, new character models and more. Not only that, but Xbox Series X and S players will be able to take advantage of up to 4K resolution and 60fps support.

The sequel continues the iconic gameplay found in the original, which places you in a variety of elaborate medical situations as you perform surgery on helpless victims. For the latest instalment, the ante has severely been upped, as you now have free control over your character to explore the environment. You'll have to track down utensils, source body parts, and solve puzzles to ensure your patient survives. Not only that, but online multiplayer is also available.

Having checked out the game ourselves last year on PC, we had a ton of fun. It's built specifically with co-op in mind, so grabbing some friends to check it out online is perfect. We don't want to tempt fate, but this would be a perfect inclusion into Xbox Game Pass down the road.

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