The series that is also in the Guinness World Records as the longest-running sci-fi series, is getting a new game adaptation.
Maze Theory, BBC Studios, and Just Add Water have announced Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality. It’s going to be a first-person adventure sequel to the virtual reality title Doctor Who: The Edge of Time. The game’s website provides more details about the game that seems to go against what it wants to be.
„Join Thirteenth Doctor Jodie Whittaker and Tenth Doctor David Tennant on a quest to save reality in a new console and PC game. Doctor Who: The Edge Of Reality reimagines last year’s VR experience with brand-new gameplay, new monsters and new worlds to explore. Wield the sonic screwdriver on a quest to save the universe, guided by the Thirteenth Doctor, voiced by Jodie Whittaker, who is this time joined by the Tenth Doctor, voiced by David Tennant.
[…] 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. […] 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. […] 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,” the website says.
So they are making a game with the next-gen consoles in mind…? Then why is it announced only for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC? That doesn’t make much sense. Doctor Who: The Edge Of Reality will launch in spring 2021. There should be a next-gen version as well…
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