One D&D playtest revision changes Aardlings, Dragonborn, and Goliaths Species (including how we’re not calling them Races anymore)
A big chunk of the latest One D&D playtest gameplay changes are to the Aardling, Dragonborn, and Goliath, which are emphatically not Races -- because One D&D has also officially done away with the Race designation in favor of the Species label.
Should you be playing one of the new Dragonborn races from Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons? Yes, the answer is yes.
I know you're going to want me to expand on why I believe that you should indeed at least consider playing one of the new Dragonborn race options from the excellent Fizban's Treasury of Dragons, but before I do that, I wanted to make sure I gave you a solid answer.
Latest D&D playtest material lets you play something close to the Dragon half of Dungeons and Dragons
If you love Dungeons and Dragons, you almost certainly want to play as a dungeon.