Dungeons & Dragons Survival RPG Life Sim in the Works at Disney Dreamlight Valley Dev

Dungeons & Dragons Survival RPG Life Sim in the Works at Disney Dreamlight Valley Dev

The Dungeons & Dragons video games are coming thick and fast — the latest is a survival role-playing game life sim from the makers of Disney Dreamlight Valley.

Gameloft Montreal is working on the new Dungeons & Dragons game set in the Forgotten Realms. It’s described as “a unique and innovative experience blending survival, action RPG, and life simulation that will test players’ skills in an unforgiving campaign set in the D&D universe.”

This untitled Dungeons & Dragons game is expected to launch on PC and consoles, although no release window was mentioned, nor any videos or screenshots released. All we have to go on at this point is a solitary piece of key art, below:

Image credit: Gameloft.
Image credit: Gameloft.

Here’s the official blurb:

“The game, set in the mythical Forgotten Realms within the Dungeons & Dragons universe, will bring unique cooperative gameplay built around an innovative hybrid of survival, life simulation and action RPG. Players can expect an adventure where the rich lore of this legendary franchise meets real-time survival in a unique campaign of resilience, camaraderie, and danger at nearly every turn.”

Dungeons & Dragons owner Wizards of the Coast as well as its parent company Hasbro are currently doubling down on video games in the wake of Baldur’s Gate 3’s explosive success. For example, Payday developer Starbreeze is working on a Dungeons & Dragons co-op multiplayer game codenamed Project Baxter, although it’s not due out until 2026.

Wesley is the UK News Editor for IGN. Find him on Twitter at @wyp100. You can reach Wesley at [email protected] or confidentially at [email protected].

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