Reality Gaming Group is preparing for the release of a test version for Doctor Who: Worlds Apart, a trading card game running on their own private EVM-compatible blockchain. This early version of the game will only be available to those holding one or more Founder Tokens. The team expects to launch this test version before the end of the year.
After the past few months the team has improved the user experience and presentation of Doctor Who: Worlds Apart. In addition the game will use server authentication instead of a peer-to-peer solution, as this would ‘reduce the risk of exploits and cheats’. With those changes the Doctor Who trading card game would be ready for a test.
This improved version of the trading card game will also bring players to various iconic locations from the Doctor Who tv series, for example Skaro (pictured in the header). Gamers who can’t wait to get their hands on the game, can buy a Founder Token from the secondary market. In addition they could buy a Founder Token in the upcoming token sale in December.
RGG will release more details about the upcoming Early Access build in the coming weeks. With Christmas ahead of us, it would only make sense to launch the game somewhere before December 22nd. Preferably even one week later. Anyway, keep your eyes on the news here at Play to Earn for more updates about this Early Access version of Doctor Who: Worlds Apart.
What is Doctor Who: Worlds Apart?
Doctor Who: Worlds Apart is a trading card game made by Reality Gaming Group and licensed by BBC Studios. The card game is based on the BBC television series, Doctor Who. It features unique artwork from the early and modern days of Doctor Who.
The Doctor in the TV series turns out to be extraterrestrial, but appears to be human. He travels through time and space using the Tardis, a time travel machine that looks like a blue Police Box, and has all kinds of adventures. The first episode aired in 1963, hence the price point for the Tardis Pack and the number of founder’s tokens.
Reality Gaming Group and the BBC will release Doctor Who: Worlds Apart as a free-to-play game. Players can buy cards based on the entire Doctor Who universe. They can then use their collection to build a deck and battle against other players in one-versus-one battles.