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Dungeons & Dragons’ Journeys Through The Radiant Citadel Delayed One Month

Wizards of the Coast has announced that two upcoming Dungeons & Dragons products have been delayed by one month due to production issues, one of which is the Journeys Through The Radiant Citadel book that was scheduled to release next month.

Wizards of the Coast announced the news via the official Dungeons & Dragons Twitter account earlier today, letting fans know what products have been affected and when the products will now launch. According to the tweet, the digital and physical versions of Journeys Through The Radiant Citadel has been moved to July 19, while the second product to be affected, Campaign Case: Terrain, will now release on August 16.

It's not all bad news though. Thankfully, not everything has been affected by these production issues as Wizards of the Coast has clarified that Campaign Case: Creatures and Spelljammer: Adventures In Space will launch when intended. In case you don't know or need a reminder, these products will launch on July 19 and August 16 respectively.

In case you haven't heard of Journeys Throught The Radiant Citadel, the book was revealed last month and has been lauded for being the first official adventure collection written entirely by POC writers. The book is being co-led by Ajit George – who claims to be the first person of color to lead a D&D book – and will feature 14 different adventures, all inspired by different cultures and backgrounds.

George also claims that the book has more POC artists working on it than ever before, including cover artists Evyn and Sija Hong who have designed the cover for the standard edition and limited-store edition respectively.

In other Wizards of the Coast-related news, Magic: The Gathering retailer Card Kingdom was recently the subject of a report that accuses the company of mistreating its workers, ignoring safety concerns, and making its benefits policy deliberately confusing. As a result, Card Kingdom workers are now pushing to unionize.

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