A PlayStation Vita version of the game Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock is set to be released soon. It was first launched for the PlayStation 3 back in May. Prior to this, fans had rallied for a Vita release.
And now Simon Harris, exec producer of the game, has brought the news everyone has been wanting to hear to them. That is because the game will be released next week. It will be released on October 9th in the US, following the day after in Europe.
Epic claim that this Vita version is the first game to run on Unreal Engine 3, and with include “re-worked” puzzles on the touch screen. Along with it, there will also be new Near feature, as well as Cloud save to co-here with files for the PS3 game.