The upcoming SuperMassive Games release will launch on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita first this March.
A spokesperson for BBC Worldwide confirmed that a PC version will release in all regions, including Europe, at a later date.
"The PC version will be available globally shortly after the release on PS3 and PS Vita," they told Digital Spy.
"Doctor Who is such an iconic franchise, which appeals to people of all ages and backgrounds, worldwide," said Sony's senior vice president of third-party relations Zeno Colaço.
"We are honoured to be able to include it amongst our portfolio of PlayStation console exclusive titles this year."
Announced last month, Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock will be the first in a series of new Doctor Who video games, with two more console titles planned for release later this year.
Featuring Matt Smith's Doctor and Alex Kingston's River Song, the game allows players to control the pair as they travel across time and space to save the Earth.
It will feature classic enemies such as Cybermen, Daleks, Silurians and The Silence.
Doctor Who is among the BBC's most valuable brands, helping Worldwide generate revenue of £1.16 billion in the 12 months to March 31, 2011, delivering a record profit of £160.2m, up 10.3% year-on-year.
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