D&D reveals September 2024 release date for the start of its big rules revamp, sheds light on two multiverse-hopping campaigns, and promises the launch of its shiny virtual tabletop

An image from Vecna: Eve of Ruin, a new book announced by Wizards of the Coast for Dungeons & Dragons.

Dungeons & Dragons has a busy year ahead of it. With the revised Player’s Handbook, Dungeon Master’s Guide, and Monster Manual heralding the start of a new (sort-of) edition, there’s a lot riding on the next few months. Wizards of the Coast certainly isn’t doing anything by halves, now revealing plans for the whole of 2024 to be a banner year, as per a press release sent to PC Gamer.

“This year we’ll be [celebrating] the 50th Anniversary of the first publication of Dungeons & Dragons,” says D&D’s executive producer Kyle Brink. “We’ll take you through the making of the game, bring some of the classic adventures to today’s play, visit the most iconic settings in the D&D multiverse, and kick off the future of the game with the new 2024 core rulebooks that are the heart of the game. We’ve been building up to this for a while now. It’s going to be a lot of fun.”