It seems that we’ve waited an eternity (clock) for Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock to be released. Originally scheduled to be out a few months ago, the game has had a few minor delays as the production team tweak a bit here and prod a bit there to make sure that can bring you the best gaming experience they can.
All of you who have been waiting patiently for the game to be released rejoice, via The Eternity Clock’s official Twitter page it has finally been announced the game will be made available globally via the Playstation Network on the 23rd May and in all good retail shops from the 25th May. The eagle eyed among you will notice that there is no release date as yet for the PlayStation Vita and Windows versions.
This is very good news indeed as the game itself is extremely fun and, from what we got to play at the unveiling, incredibly detailed and wonderfully unique, just as something connected to the world of Doctor Who should be!
So for all of you that have been waiting by your PlayStations, sitting calmly with your fingers crossed for a release date, now you know. Fill your PlayStation account up with credit, be the first in line at your local game store or order now on Amazon.
That wait is finally over, The Eternity Clock is ticking and River and the Doctor have a date arranged with some very old enemies…
Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock will be released on the PlayStation Network on 23rd May and in high street shops on 25th May.