After months and months of waiting, fans will today be able to wield the sonic screwdriver for themselves in the brand new VR adventure game Doctor Who: The Edge of Time, which is available today on PSVR and other VR headsets.
To celebrate the game’s launch, publisher PlayStack and developer MazeTheory have released a brand new trailer for the game, giving us all one last look before we don our headsets and never come back out.
Doctor Who: The Edge of Time VR takes players on an adventure through space and time to solve puzzles, battle fearsome Doctor Who monsters, and save the universe from a terrible fate. It looks great and there’s some top pedigree steering the ship, with developers who helped create the brilliant PSVR shooter Blood & Truth.
Doctor Who: The Edge of Time VR is available now via the PlayStation Store.
- Become Part Of Doctor Who – a thrilling single-player adventure developed by Sony London alumni (VR Worlds, The London Heist, Blood and Truth), Doctor Who: The Edge Of Time will immerse players in Doctor Who like never before as they travel across space and time to save reality.
- Wield The Sonic Screwdriver – With exhilarating moment-to-moment gameplay, wield the Sonic Screwdriver to solve fiendish puzzles and traverse a dangerous universe full of challenges, enemies and wonder.
- Stunning Cinematic Visuals – From the Dalekanium of a Dalek’s shell, to the stone-cold terror of a Weeping Angel, experience stunning visuals that bring the show to life!
- Doctor Who Talent – Featuring Jodie Whittaker as the voice of The Doctor and Nicholas Briggs as the voice of the Daleks, in a story written by Gavin Collinson – Digital Producer for Doctor Who and author
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