Hasbro has made about $90 million by letting Larian make a D&D game


Wizards of the Coast parent company Hasbro announced lower-than-expected financial results today, but it did make good book on one front: The company said it’s earned about $90 million dollars through its licensing deal with Larian for Baldur’s Gate 3.

Hasbro said in its full-year financial report that its overall revenues declined 15%, due to a 19% drop in its consumer products segment and 31% decline in its entertainment segment. But the Wizards of the Coast and digital gaming segments were actually up 10%, “driven by [an] increase in licensed digital gaming revenue behind Baldur’s Gate 3 from Larian Studios and Monopoly Go! from Scopely.”