NEWSBy Geoff Borgonia January 13, 2023Dungeons & Dragons admits "Rolling 1" with OGL 1.1
The Open Gaming License (i.e. OGL) has been a nearly 23-year cornerstone of the Dungeons & Dragons player base and third party creators.
However, the leaked draft of the updated OGL caused these same D&D fans and creators to oppose the proposed changes.
On January 11, Wizards of the Coast announced there would be an update to the controversial Open Gaming License 1.1.
The update on the Open Gaming License implies that it was Wizards of the Coast themselves that leaked the draft in order to gauge the response.
The D&D player community has largely pushed back against the provisions shown in the leaked OGL 1.1 draft and many have cancelled their subscriptions to D&D Beyond.
Paizo, Kobold Press, and more have taken steps to address the controversy and initiated their own efforts to create an Open RPG license.
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