D&D 5th Edition’s revised Dungeon Master Guide promises better organization, more relevant info
Alongside working on the new Dungeons and Dragons Player's Handbook for the revised 5th edition of D&D next year -- yes, it's now referred to as "revised 5th edition," not "One D&D" or "6th Edition" or anything else --Wizards of the Coast is also working on revamping the Dungeon Master's Guide.
Two new official Dungeons and Dragons 5E supplements go straight to the DM’s Guild
In the midst of an aggressive fall release schedule -- an adventure in the Feywild last month, Fizban's Treasury of Dragons this month, and the Magic the Gathering setting of Strixhaven in early December -- Wizards of the Coast quietly released two new official 5th edition supplements to the DM's Guild, their official PDF and print-on-demand website. Domains of Delight is a companion piece to The Wild Beyond the Witchlight, providing information for DMs on how to create their own realm in the Feywild, and Minsc and Boo's Journal of Villainy is a compendium of locations, patrons, and villains along the Sword Coast in the Forgotten Realms setting for fans of the titular heroes as well as DMs looking to flesh out their campaign.
Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything sourcebook is D&D’s biggest rules expansion in years
It can be easy to forget that Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition came out six years ago, in August 2014.
How to use material from previous editions of Dungeons and Dragons in your 5e campaign
I have been playing D&D for a long time and I've loved a lot of adventures and campaign settings over the years, but of course, some of that material has never been converted to more recent editions.