The on-line journal Dragon+ isn’t any extra. The digital journal printed by the advertising and marketing company Dialect in collaboration with Wizards of the Coast has folded after 41 points. The final challenge was printed in April 2022, with a brief update published on July 20th that confirmed the tip of the digital journal. “We’re incredibly proud of Dragon+‘s success in reaching audiences through its app space as well as dragonmag.com,” wrote Wizards of the Coast Digital Marketing Manager Bart Carroll within the replace in regards to the journal. “However, as we evolve D&D’s presence online, we’ve decided that Dragon+ 41 will be the final issue we’ll be publishing in the current format.”
Wizards of the Coast and Dialect launched Dragon+ because the successor to the long-running Dragon journal again in 2015, specializing in varied Dungeons & Dragons merchandise. The journal featured interviews with Wizards of the Coast designers, segments on Forgotten Realms lore, and previews of upcoming Dungeons & Dragons books. It additionally had segments specializing in D&D streams and materials printed on the DMs Guild, a market the place third occasion publishers may promote game materials utilizing D&D IP.
It seems that among the options deliberate for Dragon+ has migrated to D&D Beyond, which Wizards of the Coast bought earlier this yr. A prolonged article targeted on the writers of Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel appeared on D&D Beyond final month and was written by Dragon+ editor-in-chief Matt Chapman. D&D Beyond has additionally hosted near-daily previews of Spelljammer: Adventures in Space, offering detailed seems at playable races and monsters present in that ebook.
While Dragon+ has folded, Wizards of the Coast plans to make a number of main bulletins about the way forward for Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering on August 18th throughout its first-ever Wizards Presents stream. We’ll have full particulars about any bulletins popping out of Wizards Presents as they’re revealed.