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Wizards of the Coast to Release D&D Games Every Year Until 2025

Wizards of the Coast to Release D&D Games Every Year Until 2025

At a recent New York investor event, Hasbro and Wizards of the Coast unveiled their ambitious videogame initiative for D&D over the coming few years. In addition to Baldur's Gate III and a new Dark Alliance title, five unannounced D&D titles are planned for release between 2020 and 2025.

D&D's increasing prevalence in pop culture is reportedly the driving force behind this initiative. The companies are clearly looking to capitalise off the familiarity average consumers are developing for the rules, conventions and world of D&D.

Both of the currently announced titles were unveiled in 2019, and the first gameplay for Baldur's Gate III will be shown at PAX East on 27th February.

Baldur's Gate III will release for Early Access 2020 for PC and Stadia (other platforms unannounced); Dark Alliance is set to release fully in 2020 for PC and Console.

Jamie Davies

Jamie Davies

Staff Writer

Raised on a steady diet of violent shooters and sugary cereal. He regrets no part of this

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Acelister - 08:36am, 29th February 2020

Perhaps they will be sequels to well known franchises such as...

No, almost every past D&D game has been terrible...

jadves - 09:15am, 29th February 2020 Author

Past the big ones (Baldur's Gate, Neverwinter Nights etc.) I didn't even know there were that many D&D games...

Is that probably for the best?

Acelister - 10:35am, 29th February 2020

There's been a few. I wrote about one of them in 2018 https://www.gamegrin.com/articles/so-i-tried-dungeons-and-dragons-daggerdale/