well, you see, peter calpaldi's doctor is, tv appearance-wise, the 12th doctor, but with john hurt's doctor now included, he's now the 13th doctor(unless you count the 1st time the 10th doctor regenerated then it is the 14th doctor).
Twelfth Doctor, but it's the thirteenth incarnation. They already confirmed it -- John Hurt is the Incarnation that fought in the Time War and destroyed Gallifrey, the Daleks, and the Time Lords. An act that disgraced the title of Doctor so badly that his following incarnations basically excommunicated him from the lineup, refusing to believe this shamed incarnation deserved to be called "Doctor."
What?? I never heard anything of the sort...in fact, I know that the Eighth Doctor was the one who fought in the Time War and destroyed Gallifrey, the Time Lords and the Daleks, using a De-Mat gun, the process of doing so causing him to regenerate into the Ninth Doctor. I read it on the Wiki. Yours is a good theory, I admit, but something tells me we don't yet know what the "John Hurt-Doctor" has done...because the Ninth Doctor specifically states that he was born in war, but he still says he is the Doctor.
Well.... three months later, (today) all that's been disproved. To explain - The Eighth Doctor may have taken the De-Mat gun, but it wasn't the Eighth Doctor that actually MADE the Moment (the De-Mat "bomb" that obliterated Gallifrey and the Daleks). That was actually Hurt's "War Doctor" and the Time Lords. And it was the trauma of surviving the Time War and the wounds inflicted from it that caused him to regenerate into Eccelson's "Ninth Doctor." Sadly for you, though, absolutly none of what I've said is "theory" -- It's all confirmed fact by BBC themselves. Watch "The Night of the Doctor" mini-episode that shows the Eight Doctor regenerate into Hurt's War Doctor, and how he spicifically states that he is not part of the Time War and never was until that point. And BTW, the Ninth Doctor was born from the War Doctor's death at the end of the Time War.
WROOONG!! In AUGUST, BBC Radio made an announcement that John Hurt's Doctor was "the missing link that we never saw between Paul McGann's Eighth Doctor and Christopher Eccelson's Ninth Doctor." If you actually read up on Doctor Who, you'd have known that. And.... of course, I was at comic-con in JULY and saw the trailer that displayed Gallifrey under siege by daleks. Rose Tyler saying "the Moment is coming," which anyone that watched "The End of Time" would know is the name of the superweapon that the Council of Time Lords stated would be used by the Doctor to end the Time War and destroy them. So I knew well in advance that it was the Time War that we were going to see, and that this Doctor must have been the one that caused the war's end -- something that was confirmed later on by the announcement by the developers on BBC Radio that said Doctor was a link between the Eighth and Ninth.
So, NO, based on the above, everything I said was based on the actual current cannon that was official in JULY, which is well before you made your comments. You only THOUGHT your assessments were "at-the-time canon" because you didn't do your research.