If you've been paying attention to the One D&D playtest, you may have wondered how you can take part in the test and leave feedback for the Wizards of the Coast developers.
The next iteration of D&D will have its own VTT digital play experience — but we still have a lot of questions
The next edition of D&D is codenamed One D&D, and with it Wizards of the Coast intends to give players the full game experience online with a 3d virtual tabletop (VTT) system including custom miniatures, sets, and an interactive environment.
There have been many editions of D&D over the years, each radically redesigning the game — but the next edition, One D&D, might finally put an end to the bickering over which edition is best.
Wizards of the Coast announced today that it has purchased digital toolset D&D Beyond, inspiring many people to DM me and ask "didn't they already own this?" And heck, it's not like they weren't aware that people thought this, because D&D Beyond's own announcement says the site is "formally joining Wizards of the Coast" rather than framing it as a surprise acquisition: Dungeons & Dragons and D&D Beyond have always felt like a part of the same family.
How to use D&D Beyond’s character creator to make your life easier (as soon as you figure out the menus)
Even as COVID-19 restrictions relax, people are still indoors for extended lengths of time, so playing D&D online has never been more popular.
Up until now the D&D Beyond app for smartphones and tablets was a reference app, which was really useful if you were looking up information from one of the books in your virtual collection.
Mythic Odysseys of Theros is now available digitally on D&D Beyond, ahead of its July physical release, and that means we get to take a look at a campaign setting rooted in concepts borrowed not from the standard Tolkien-inspired generic medieval world, but instead from a more mythical, classical idea.
Dungeons and Dragons is more popular now than it has been in years, if not more popular than it has ever been.
There's a tradition behind Wizards of the Coast's Unearthed Arcana which goes all the way back to the original Advanced Dungeons and Dragons line of games, before even 2nd Edition AD&D or the consolidation of both lines into what we called 3rd Edition.
It may not have been an entirely wise decision, but I'm going to be running a D&D game for us Blizzard Watch folks -- and we're going to stream it, record it, and let y'all listen to us do this.