The Dungeons & Dragons staff has introduced that the following iteration of the tabletop fantasy RPG will debut in 2024.
Revealed at D&D Celebration 2021, the following iteration of Dungeons & Dragons – although not formally named as D&D 6e – will launch with new variations of the core rulebooks to coincide with D&D’s fiftieth anniversary. “Earlier this year, we began work on the next evolution of Dungeons & Dragons,” stated D&D’s Government Producer Ray Winninger through the “Future of D&D” panel, the place in addition they outlined new sourcebooks specializing in each basic and model new sport settings (much like this yr’s Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft or 2019’s Ebberon: Rising from the Last War) coming in 2022 and ’23.
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Winninger says the brand new ruleset will nonetheless be appropriate with Fifth Version books and dietary supplements, and can be largely designed based mostly on group suggestions for 5e. “We really really appreciate that feedback,” Winninger stated, persevering with “we’re doing our best to give you the version of the game that you really want.
While there weren’t many concrete details discussed during the D&D Live panel – apart from that there may be a digital component or supplement involved – it sounds like we can expect a lot more information about what to expect once the team is a little further along in the development process next year. “We will not actually say way more but about what our plans are, we’re nonetheless making them,” Winninger said when asked about the development of this next iteration. “Subsequent yr we’ll have heaps extra to say about the way forward for D&D … and, most likely most significantly, once we’re prepared to speak extra about our plans subsequent yr, we’ll have much more to say about how the followers can contribute and assist form this sport into all that it may be.”
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