“New version” of D&D in 2024

The Dungeons & Dragons team has announced that the next version of the tabletop fantasy RPG will debut in 2024.

Revealed at D&D Celebration 2021, the next iteration of Dungeons & Dragons, though not officially named D&D 6e, will be released with new versions of the core rule books to coincide with D & D’s 50th anniversary. “Earlier this year, we began working on the next evolution of Dungeons & Dragons,” said D&D Executive Producer Ray Winninger during the “Future of D&D“, in which they also outlined new reference books that focus on setting up the classic and new game (similar to this year’s Van Richten Guide for Ravenloft or Ebberon: Rising from the Last War of 2019) that will be released in 2022 and ’23.

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Winninger says that the new ruleset will continue to be compatible with Fifth Edition books and supplements, and will be designed largely based on community feedback for 5e. “We really Really I appreciate those comments, “said Winninger, continuing,” We are doing everything we can to give you the version of the game that you really want.

While not many concrete details were discussed during the D&D Live panel, other than that there may be a digital component or supplement involved, it seems we can expect a lot more information on what to expect once the team is a bit more advanced. in the development process next year. “We can’t really say much more yet about what our plans are, we’re still doing them,” Winninger said when asked about the development of this next iteration. “Next year we will have much more to say about the future of D&D … and probably most importantly, when we are ready to talk more about our plans next year, we will have much more to say about how fans can contribute and help shape this game into all that it can be. “

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