Routinely Itemised: RPGs is a regular RPG news summary which, this week, looks at D&D Beyond's founder joining a new gaming start-up, virtual virtual tabletops, an utter mess over at Kickstarter and a solved mess with The Palace of the Vampire Queen.
Hidden Path Entertainment has confirmed that that they are working on a triple-A D&D computer game with Wizards of the Coast. That means it'll be a big beast.
Keep up with RPG news, Wizards of the Coast's new promotion with Hasbro, the many D&D TV shows, an Altered Carbon RPG review and interviews from around the web.
Hasbro has talked about the D&D TV series before and John Wick scribe and mastermind Derek Kolstad had been attached.
Hasbro's new structure will consist of three business units, or as I like to think of them, corporate kingdoms.
WizKids make miniatures and tabletop games, prepainted or otherwise and already have deals in place with Wizards of the Coast for D&D ranges and Magic.
Amazon has now revealed the front cover of the May-scheduled new D&D book Van Richten's Guide to Ravenloft.
Explore the horrors of Ravenloft in this campaign sourcebook for the world's greatest roleplaying game.
The book is called "Dungeons & Dragons May Title (announced February 23)" and the black cover is Wizards of the Coast's familiar new holding image.
Routinely Itemised is RPG news summary round-up complete with reviews, tips and a flood of Zine Quest Kickstarter projects.