With the fall of the recently cancelled Scalebound and the rocky history of the Final Fantasy and Warcraft series, one would be justified in being speculative of the future of the RPG. While there have been standout masterworks, the typical RPG flashes before the eye like a cosmic movement.
However, this entire genre would have no backbone if it weren’t for some of the original game designers of the legendary Dungeons and Dragons series, and now that same company might be ready to get back into the arena of 4k visuals and god ray graphics card porn.
In a recent public statement on the company’s website, the now president Chris Cocks rattled on about Wizards plans for the future and what that means for fans favorite staples like Magic and D&D.
What would it be like to throw fireballs as a Planeswalker in an MMO, or quest for treasure with your friends in a D&D augmented-reality game?
Chris, with last name tightly gripped in free hand, single handedly expanded the belt line of every Wizards fan who can piece together the English pseudo-language. Translations incoming.
Chris also shouted out some talented names in the industry, pulling sources from Valve, Bioware, and half a dozen others to form the brand new Digital Games Studio.
You can read the full press piece in the man’s own words here.