<em>Surgeon Simulator 2\u00a0<\/em>has been announced at the Game Awards. The wacky simulation game saw massive success on its original release and now it seems the sequel will be out in 2020. Not only that, but it also looks like a four-player co-op mode will be making an appearance in the surgery room.\r\n\r\nThe original game saw spills, thrills, and chills as simple surgical procedures went completely awry. From your uncoordinated handiwork to the tools simply slipping away, things were removed from the patient and sometimes even left in unintentionally. The game was tons of fun at parties, with friends, or simply to kill some time.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=w47D_u_0KI0\r\n\r\nSo prep your patients and prepare for even more surgery chaos. Bossa has not placed a firm release date or even said what platforms the game will be released on. Fans are expecting the game to have a PC, and PlayStation 4 release with Xbox and Nintendo Switch still remaining unknown.\r\n\r\nThere still has not been any in-game footage released, but the trailer does give a peek at four surgeons working together to stitch up their patients. As you travel along following the unknown object, you get to see the many strange and curious rooms of chaos in this particular hospital.\r\n\r\n"Arriving in 2020, the electrifying sequel that is Surgeon Simulator 2 promises to inject a delirious dose of adrenaline straight into the heart of the original, cranking everything up to a whole new level... Not to mention, throws in a handful (or four?) of surprises along the way!" said Bossa in a press release.\r\n\r\nThe game will still keep surgery at the heart of the experience. The trailer shows some extra challenges that aspiring surgeons will have to overcome that will expand the game and require true cooperation among players. Each of the rooms from the trailer may present challenges that surgeons must overcome.\r\n\r\nThe original game took you through the journey of Dr. Nigel Burke. You played as a would-be surgeon with an unconventional set of tools. From hacksaws to plungers, you completed operations and, hopefully, saved the patient from whatever they were suffering from. Hours were lost by fans as they played with the wonky physics and enjoyed a comical look at a very serious operation.\r\n\r\nThe original game was released on PC, PlayStation 4, Android, PlayStation VR, and iOS devices. More recently, it found its way onto the Nintendo Switch and since then has gained an almost cult following. No official platform information is available for the sequel, but you can be kept up to date by signing up on Bossa's website for emails about their future plans for the game.