Dungeons & Dragons continues its expansion on screens (and not just monitors). Although we won't see D&D in the title of Dragonheir: Silent Gods, when released in the second half of 2023, this isometric RPG from SgraStudio will be enriched with content from the tabletop franchise's universe..
For the record, the crossover with Dungeons & Dragons is expected to be one of many that we will see in the game. Adenthia - the world in which its action takes place - by design gives access to multiple dimensions, which players will be able to explore in any (?) order (while rolling a D20 when making decisions and in combat - tabletop inspirations oblige).
Nuverse - the publisher of the game and, among others, Marvel Snap - intends to be enriching Dragonheir: Silent Gods with new content for two years after its release, including iconic elements from the world, or rather worlds, of D&D (via IGN).
In this case the developer promises the appearance of "iconic characters", including the famous Drizzt Do'Urden and a mysterious character speaking in the voice of Matthew Mercer (whom fans may be familiar with, among others, Critical Role). Together with the legendary drow, we will set out to fight a powerful demon ravaging Adenthia.
Dragonheir: Silent Gods is scheduled to hit PC and mobile devices in the second half of this year. The developers promise a large world full of diverse characters, a wealth of customization options, an "innovative" "semi-real-time" combat system and a highly non-linear story (and, let's stress again, a lot of dice rolling). We look forward to verifying these assurances.
More for You: