Wizards of the Coast revealed the Dungeons & Dragons book release lineup for 2024 at PAX Unplugged.

Next year, D&D will celebrate its 50th Anniversary, and WotC has an array of new books coming to market to mark the occasion. They begin the year with Descent into the Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth. This single session dungeon crawl adventure, based on the 1982 classic module, features a tournament scoring system that can be utilized with in-store play as well as at convention events.

Next, WotC panelists previewed Vecna: Eye of Ruin, which is a 5E adventure revolving around the legend of the powerful lich (see "Dungeons & Dragons: Vecna"). This adventure goes all the way up to 20th Level and culminates with a battle with Vecna himself. WotC also announced Quests from the Infinite Staircase, which is a collection of older D&D adventures update for 5E.              

The Making of Original Dungeons & Dragons: 1970-1976 will also hit stores in 2024. It is book with a historical account of the creation of Gary Gygax's and Dave Arneson's original D&D book. Rounding out the major announcements, WotC panelists also unveiled the 2024 Player's Handbook. This revised rulebook is based on months of playtest documents collected from Unearthed Arcana. It inserts backgrounds for races for determining stats and includes lots of subclasses and more. The panelists also made mention of a new Dungeon Master's Guide and a Monster Manual, which will contain 500 monsters, in the works, but didn't indicate a release date.