D&D and Magic: The Gathering news announced at an online event
Wizards of the Coast announced yesterday (18) a portion of news for Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering which should get fans really excited. The information was revealed in Wizards Presentsthe company’s online event dedicated to its famous series.
During the presentation, the production company revealed “exciting products for fans to play at home, in stores or online”. Among the main innovations are the next generation of D&D and new products from Universes Beyond series by MTG.
Below, you can check out the full video with all Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering announcements, made available by Wizards of the Coast on YouTube.
One of the main announcements of the event was in relation to One D&D, whose tests started this Thursday. THE new generation of Dungeons & Dragons The upcoming game will have updated rules and backwards compatibility with 5th Edition and D&D Beyond, as well as a new 3D digital tool to provide greater immersion for Dungeon Masters.
Other interesting news for fans of the franchise were also revealed, such as the adventure Dragonlance: Shadow of the Dragon Queen and Dragonlance: Warriors of Krynn, a new board game. Also announced were four other D&D products that will be released next year:
- Keys from the Golden Vault (January/February 2023): book of short adventures resulting from a partnership with Eleven Men and Um Segredo;
- Bigby Presents: Glory of the Giants (March/May 2023): Giant-focused support for Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons;
- Phandelver Campaign (June/August 2023): Complete campaign expansion of the cosmic horror Lost Mine of Phandelver;
- planescape (September/November 2023): New series with three books (Scenario Guide, Bestiary and Adventure Campaign) along the lines of Spelljammer: Adventures in Space.
MTG will partner with Warhammer 40,000Source: Wizards of the Coast/Disclosure
players of card game Magic: The Gathering will return “to where it all started” with the launch of the Dominária Unida collection, at the end of this year, starting on September 9th. This arc will continue in Brother’s War (Nov/22), Phyrexia: All Will be One (2023) and will end in March of the Machine, next year.
MTG fans also had other things to be excited about, like the reveal of new series products Universes Beyondwhich features cards themed after iconic scenes and characters from pop culture, including a collaboration with Warhammer 40,000.
Starting in mid-2023, players will also be able to venture into Middle-earth thanks to a partnership with Lord of the Rings, with the release of The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth set. Finally, it was also announced collaboration with Doctor Whocelebrating the 60th anniversary of the British series.