Sony and BBC bring Doctor Who to PlayStation Home

Shane McGlaun - Mar 26, 2013, 8:00am CDT
Sony and BBC bring Doctor Who to PlayStation Home

Fans of the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who that own a PlayStation will be excited to hear the latest news from Sony and BBC Worldwide. Sony and BBC have teamed up to bring Doctor Who to PlayStation fans by creating a social gaming and commerce environment inside PlayStation Home. The content will be available to more than 31 million PlayStation Home users around the world.

The new Doctor Who experience will roll out on March 27, which is tomorrow. The new PlayStation Home experience will give gamers a chance to go deeper into the world of Doctor Who and will allow fans to interact with iconic elements of the series. Players will be able to explore and customize environments as well as watch content from the popular series in a social atmosphere.

Fans of the series will be able to enjoy features based on the show’s most popular characters and scenery including the Eleventh Doctor and River Song costumes. The content also includes a TARDIS-themed private space and clubhouse. Fans can also visit a Doctor Who-themed LOOT Space Station Theater to enjoy additional video content from BBC Worldwide and shop for Doctor Who items real and virtual.

The new PlayStation Home content is part of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Doctor Who television series. Sony also promises that additional Doctor Who themed virtual goods, environments, and social experiences will be added to PlayStation Home throughout the year. Check out the video below to get a sneak peak at some of the content that will be coming to PlayStation Home.

[via BBC Worldwide]

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