‘We’re going to do this a better way’— Dungeons & Dragons maker changes plans after outrage over leaked licence draft

Dungeons & Dragons owner Wizards of the Coast (WotC) has put out a statement (opens in new tab) in response to the still-ongoing uproar over its handling of the Open Gaming Licence (OGL). A post by D&D executive producer Kyle Brink offers an apology for the way WotC has handled the controversy so far, and promises a more “open and transparent” approach to a new OGL that seeks to incorporate community feedback.

The furore was originally sparked by a draft version of a new OGL (opens in new tab) which seemed to make the licence significantly less open, requiring royalties to WotC from successful creators and handing the company more control over third-party works produced under the licence. It would also have stopped creators from using the current, more open licence, in direct contradiction to previous promises from WotC that licensees would be able to use older OGL versions if new ones weren’t to their liking. But it now looks like the company is backpedalling from all of that.

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