This week Wizards of the Coast ran a survey to help shape the future of D&D. According to reports, some participants were given a chance to continue to a secret section.
Geek Native cannot confirm this secret section exists, but it has been widely discussed, and the contents indicate Wizards of the Coast are considering a virtual tabletop and subscription model for D&Ds. This same week the President of Wizards of the Coast confirmed their belief that the company believes the future of D&D is in computer games.
If you missed out on this survey, then this new and unofficial survey is a chance to share your thoughts. The results are being automatically transferred to a spreadsheet and included below, although updates are slightly lagged.
This poll is multi-part. It starts by asking whether you’re interested in an official D&D VTT. It ends by asking whether you’d be prepared to buy your D&D books all over again because you now needed them in a format that integrated with the official virtual tabletop.
There are two ways to take part. If screen sizes allow, then you can complete it straight from this post in the iframe below. If not then you can access a full-screen version at this link.
This poll is not a petition. Wizards of the Coast won’t care about your response, so please answer only once and free to express your anonymous opinion.
Once you complete the poll, you will be able to dig into the results. A few summaries have been provided below, and if this survey becomes popular, this section can be expanded further.
Is an official D&D virtual tabletop a good idea?
Would you buy your D&D books again in digital formats compatible with an official D&D VTT?
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