Despite being a massive cultural phenomenon and enormous global property, it’s surprising that we haven’t seen more Doctor Who games come to market. Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality takes players on an adventure guided by the Tenth and Thirteenth Doctors, featuring actors David Tennant and Jodie Whittaker reprising their roles respectively. Originally launched as Doctor Who: The Edge of Time exclusively on VR, The Edge of Reality expands on that original title with new monsters, worlds, and gameplay, and brings it to console players who may not have been able to experience the virtual reality version of the game.Watch the launch trailer for Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality below:As an all-new story in the Doctor Who universe, players will encounter classic Doctor Who monsters—Daleks and Cybermen are all here—as well as new threats like the “CyberReaper.” The story revolves around the Reality Virus, which is causing a lot of problems via its time glitches and impacting reality in the past, present, and future. This creates the Chaosverse, an alternate universe corrupted by the Reality Virus “where worlds and timelines collide to create new adventures, encounters, and threats.” This allows the developers to play with a lot of fan-favorite elements from across the Doctor Who series, filling The Edge of Reality with Easter eggs and callbacks for players to discover.Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality is developed by Maze Theory with development assistance from Just Add Water. It is produced in partnership with BBC Studios.Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality is available now on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X and PC for just $24.99. There’s also a digital deluxe edition for $29.99 that includes addition content like the ability to use other Sonic Screwdrivers from previous incarnations of the Doctor. The Nintendo Switch version releases October 28th after a short delay.