Whirling through quantum space, ricocheting between time streams, the TARDIS is out of control. In Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock, you’ll slip on the tweed jacket of the 11th Doctor before returning to Earth with a crash in search of the cause of a raging time storm that engulfs the planet.
Caught between four disparate ages, the TARDIS is in danger of buckling under the immense temporal pressure. If the time machine is destroyed, the whole world – possibly even the universe – is doomed, as rips in time threaten to tear history apart and destroy any prospect of a future for mankind.
What causes these destructive forces, and why are they so ominously co-ordinated? Armed with your trusty Sonic Screwdriver, you set out to investigate, exploring four vastly different versions of London. And amid Elizabethan courtyards, Victorian sewers, present day skyscrapers and near future streets, you’ll encounter familiar enemies working to realise a very new threat.
Meanwhile, River Song, a reluctant guest at the Stormcage Containment Facility, receives an SOS call from the TARDIS. Somehow, she must find a way to join forces with the Doctor and stop the Eternity Clock’s path of destruction before it’s too late.