Two Point Campus attractiveness is a crucial stat for your university rooms and buildings that reflects their aesthetic power and beauty, and it can be improved by adding certain furniture and decorations to rooms and hallways. While attractiveness is a more vestigial stat that's largely about bolstering another stat called Room Prestige and influencing the happiness of your Two Point Campus students, it is still important and there are often objectives based around beautifying your campus. For that reason, we'll explain how attractiveness in Two Point Campus works below, as well as what you can do to increase it.
How to improve the Attractiveness stat in Two Point Campus
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Attractiveness in Two Point Campus is largely improved by furniture, decorations and furnishings – the objects you place in and around your campus. However, not every item improves things, so you’ll want to check an item's description first and make sure it mentions improving attractiveness. Posters, plants, statues, and purely decorative items generally serve to help here.
As a rule, you want to raise attractiveness around the campus as a whole. Each room's and area's attractiveness is graded individually and contributes to its Room Prestige, so you want to try and improve all of them to help the communal total if you can. Room Prestige itself tends to impact well on the happiness of people inside the room, and can affect their mood for better or worse, while also adding towards Two Point Campus campus level.
That being said, outside is a great place to really go to work. Placement doesn't matter - disgorging a bunch of architecture by the front door will do just as well as artfully dotting it about. If you're trying to reach a specific quota of Attractiveness and you're nearly there, throwing down several fountains can be what pushes you over the edge.
You also want to make sure that the campus is clean and well-maintained, as dirtiness impacts poorly on the attractiveness of a campus. Place bins around everywhere, hire multiple janitors, and try to avoid employees who have qualities that cause them to litter. Some items - such as flowers and plants - also require maintenance to keep having an effect, requiring even more janitors! It's a good use of janitor downtime, much in the same way that a teacher with nothing to do should be working on the Two Point Campus best upgrades and research in the lab to maximise efficiency.
Basically, it's a two-pronged thing - the right items cause Attractiveness to increase, while janitors prevent the conditions that cause it to fall. Keep this stat high, and it'll have very positive effects on happiness in Two Point Campus - who doesn't love a pretty view, after all?