Dungeons & Dragons fans have what appears to be an exciting announcement coming in the next several weeks. Watchful Dungeons & Dragons collectors have noticed that a retail listing has gone live on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Penguin Random House's websites for a new book. The description for this book explains that a new Dungeons & Dragons title is in the works. Further, that Wizards of the Coast plans to reveal this book as soon as January 12. The book itself, however, won't be released until March 16.
Unfortunately, there isn't much detail in the listing other than the announcement date and tentative release date. As such, there's not much for Dungeons & Dragons fans to speculate on. The generic title for the listing is "D&D March Title," it's a hardcover book, and it's coming from the Wizards RPG team. Anything beyond those details is up to the Dungeons & Dragons community to speculate on.
Luckily, the Dungeons & Dragons community is more than willing to speculate on such matters. Youtube channel Nerd Immersion discussed the January 12 reveal in a recent video. During the video, it was pointed out that Dungeons & Dragons boss Ray Winninger has previously said as many as three new books introducing new "classic" settings would be released in 2021. Further, a lawsuit just wrapped up regarding the Dragonlance property, with Dragonlance writer Margaret Weis saying to look forward to news in the near future.
What the new Dungeons & Dragons book will be remains a mystery. It may be a Dragonlance setting book, a new adventure book, or it could be something else entirely. Luckily, Dungeons & Dragons fans won't have to wait long to find out what's next. Expect an announcement for the March 16 Dungeons & Dragons book on January 12.