Invoke Studios and Dungeons & Dragons' publisher, Wizards of the Coast, have revealed a new video game based on the franchise, developed on Unreal Engine 5. The famous fantasy tabletop franchise has inspired many different types of video games, from epic action titles to role-playing games that replicate the classic tabletop experience. The best Dungeons & Dragons video game adaptations have captured the spirit of the iconic property, and now another new game is being produced on UE5. \n \nDungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance, released last year, is the most recent video game adaptation of the Dungeons & Dragons series. The dramatic action role-playing game, developed by Tuque Games and published by Wizards of the Coast, takes players to the frigid region of Icewind Gale, where they must fight swarms of terrible monsters. \n \nThe fantasy brawler doesn't let players design their characters but picks from four established legends: Drizzt Do'Urden, Catti-brie, Bruenor Battlehammer, and Wulfgar. Unfortunately, despite the title's magnificent depiction of Icewind Gale and its inhabitants, many fans of the role-playing genre found DnD: Dark Alliance lacking because of its lack of character customization and tedious gameplay. \n \nAccording to Eurogamer, a new Dungeons & Dragons video game is being developed with Unreal Engine 5. Tuque Games, creators of D&D: Dark Alliance, have renamed Invoke Studios and are now working on the project. Additionally, wizards of the Coast has stated that their next game will be a AAA title developed in Unreal Engine 5. Dominic Guay, a seasoned Ubisoft developer who has worked on games like Watch Dogs, Far Cry, and Splinter Cell, is also at the helm of the upcoming Dungeons & Dragons game. \n \nNumerous fantasy RPGs have been influenced by Dungeons & Dragons, and now the series will get its own game. While details about Invoke Studios' project are scarce, the developer has stated that Unreal Engine 5 will be used, suggesting that the game will have a beautiful fantasy setting.