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October 12th, 2020 6 comments

Doctor Who: The Edge Of Reality Console / PC Game

For more information visit www.doctorwhotheedgeofreality.com

Edge of Reality is a full console game, not on VR . It will also be coming to next-gen consoles, and more to be revealed on that front soon.

The world of Doctor Who gaming expands with two brand new adventures

Join Thirteenth Doctor Jodie Whittaker and Tenth Doctor David Tennant on a quest to save reality in a new console and PC game.

Dive back into Blink and explore the hidden past of the Weeping Angels in a groundbreaking ‘found phone’ handheld and mobile game

Digital entertainment studio, Maze Theory, in partnership with BBC Studios, today reveals the expansion of the Doctor Who interactive universe with two brand-new video games launching in Spring 2021.

Coming to consoles and PC, Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality reimagines, and builds upon, last year’s VR experience, Doctor Who: The Edge of Time, with a new and compelling first-person adventure.

With brand-new gameplay, new monsters and new worlds to explore, players will wield the Thirteenth Doctor’s sonic screwdriver on a quest to save the universe. Players will be guided by the Thirteenth Doctor, voiced by Jodie Whittaker, and joined by the Tenth Doctor, voiced by David Tennant.

Jam-packed full of easter eggs, terrifying foes and Doctor Who lore, players will experience an unforgettable escapade taking them across space and time.

Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality features:

  • A Console and PC adventure across Space and Time – built with current and next-generation consoles in mind, Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality features new worlds to explore, new puzzles, new challenges and new gameplay.
  • An Original Doctor Who story – uncover a universe-spanning threat as you seek to save reality from a series of time-breaking glitches. Continue the story that began in The Edge of Time and partner with the Doctor to unearth a greater mystery.
  • New Enemies and AI – come face-to-face with classic Doctor Who monsters including the Daleks and Weeping Angels. Experience the metal-clad terror of the Cybermen and more foes yet to be revealed…


Categorised under: Computer and phone, General

6 comments

  • Loobop

    October 12th, 2020 - 6:50pm

    I can’t believe it has taken so long to put the tenth doctor in a promising looking video game,all he had back in the day was top trumps.I live in hope of ps4 vr support for this game. I’d love to be in tenth’s tardis like we could the thirteenth’s in the previous game.But i keep reading this company “has moved away from vr” .

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    • FoxInTheBox

      October 12th, 2020 - 7:23pm

      Maze Theory are still primarily VR, they are working on a Time Lord Victorious themed update for The Edge of Time (talked about, but not officially announced just yet) as well as other projects.

      The new game hasn’t been designed with VR in mind, so I don’t think it’s going to get any support. Although you might get what you’re looking for in the upcoming update.

  • Kone112

    October 12th, 2020 - 4:01pm

    Dr who video games tho few and far between have been terrible. And I don’t understand why with all the material theve got to work with. So here’s hoping.

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    • Phasergrim

      October 13th, 2020 - 12:59am

      Whilst I’ll defend City of The Daleks, Blood of the Cybermen and TARDIS, until I die I’d agree that its mad we haven’t gotten a more than half decent video game yet, even on the BBC shoestring budget.

    • Anonymous

      October 13th, 2020 - 8:55am

      I would argue that most Doctor Who games since 2010 have been pretty good. The adventure games were fantastic, considering they were also free at the time of release. I may be in the minority of this, but I really enjoyed the eternity clock and was sad to see it not get the planned sequels. Doctor Who in lego dimensions was also fantastic too and probably the best Doctor Who game we’ve got (although it wasn’t primarily Doctor Who). I do have hope for the future of Doctor Who games and I think these two games are going to be great.

    • FoxInTheBox

      October 15th, 2020 - 2:39am

      I basically agree. I think the only *irredeemably* bad Doctor Who games of recent years were the Wii / DS games of 2010, and that was primarily because the developers were forced to rush it out in order to make Christmas.

      The Adventure Games are generally beloved for what they were and really hit their stride in the 4th and 5th installments. The Eternity Clock was rough around the edges, but it got a lot of things right. There was a good game in there that just needed more time to bake. Lego Dimensions and its Doctor Who expansions were a joy and The Edge of Time was generally pretty well liked (which bodes well for MT as now they have an opportunity to address the game’s criticisms and build on it).

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