17-year-old D&D Online is getting a ‘mini expansion’ this year

First spotted by Massively Overpowered (opens in new tab), Standing Stone Games, developer of the long-running D&D-based MMO, Dungeons & Dragons Online, just revealed its 2023 roadmap (opens in new tab) for the game. Standing Stone is celebrating D&D Online’s 17th anniversary with a new free dungeon and three character archetypes, as well as a “mini-expansion” launching sometime between April and June.

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D&D Online news is a bit of a blast from the past for me⁠—I was still in middle school when this game first launched in 2006! Initially focused on D&D’s Eberron Campaign Setting, the game expanded in 2012 to include content for the juggernaut Forgotten Realms, home of Baldur’s Gate and Neverwinter. Stewardship of the game was transferred from original developer Turbine to Standing Stone in 2016, and D&D Online has continued to see steady support. Its last expansion, Isle of Dread (opens in new tab), was released last June.


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