Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock Vita created with Unreal Engine 3

Tuesday, 21st February 2012 15:15 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Epic has announced BBC Worldwide and Supermassive Games have licensed the firm’s Unreal Engine 3 technology for development of Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock, which will be the first Vita game to utilize the engine’s toolset.

Unreal Engine is also the tech powering the PC and PS3 versions of the game.

“We are big Doctor Who fans here at Epic,” said Mike Gamble, Epic’s European territory manager. “It’s brilliant to see the world of Doctor Who brought to life by the team at Supermassive and especially to see Unreal Engine 3 powering the game that’s bringing this universe to a whole new platform and an entirely new generation of gamers and Doctor Who fans.”

The Eternity Clock is due on PS3 and Vita in March with a PC version following at a later date.

A trailer for the game showing off the split-screen and 3D camera support is posted below.



  1. Stephany Nunneley

    Video has been added.

    #1 3 years ago
  2. DSB

    Looks like games I played 14 years ago. They were crap back then too.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. YoungZer0

    Running around has never been this fun.

    #3 3 years ago
  4. TheWulf

    @2 – Oh, they were not. You liar! :o

    1998 gave us Baldur’s Gate, Freespace, Fallout 2, Grim Fandango, Half-Life, Ocarina of Time, Marvel vs Capcom, Metal Gear Solid, Oddworld, and Panzer Dragoon Saga.

    Not all to my taste, but they were all incredible games.

    That was such an incredibly silly comment to make. And don’t you even dare think of speaking negatively of Fallout 2. I’ll pre-empt you by telling you to shut yer dirty mouth! >:|

    #4 3 years ago

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