Saturday, February 21, 2015

Princes of the Apocalypse Release Date and Pre-Order Prices Revealed!


Princes of the Apocalypse cover (low res)


Wizards of the Coast has finally released the street date for Princes of the Apocalypse! On April 7, 2015 you'll be able to launch yourselves into battle with the Elder Elemental Eye once again - only this time the battle will be set in the Forgotten Realms instead of the World of Greyhawk. The single volume adventure is designed to take players from level 1 - 15. Alongside new spells the book will also feature the genasi as a playable race.


The book has been developed in association with Sasquatch Game Studio. For those of you unfamiliar with the relatively new studio it's actually comprised of former D&D designers Richard Baker, Stephen Schubert, and David Noonan. Between the three designers they have contributed to more than 200 novels, adventures, and rpg books for TSR, Wizards of the Coast, and Paizo.

The full image of the Princes of the Apocalypse cover


Princes of the Apocalypse has a suggested retail price of $49.95 ($58.00 in Canada) if you wait to buy it at retail stores. However you can pre-order it on Amazon for $34.33, on Books-a-Million you can pre-order it for $49.95, and it is not currently available at Barnes & Noble. As the pre-order prices change over the coming weeks I'll correct the current prices so that you can lock in the lowest rates.



You'll be able to get an early look at what the adventure has in store for you through Wizards of the Coast's D&D Encounters in-store program.

4 comments:

  1. Is this the thing they'd announced before as the Temple of Elemental Evil remake/reboot/sequel?

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    1. I believe that this is the rpg side of things since the board game has the a connected picture. Board Game Geek actually had a piece up on the board game if you're interested in it Kelvin.

      http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1321903/got-chance-play-temple-elemental-evil-weekend

      They were pretty impressed with it.

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    2. Ah, I didn't spot the connected images; it must be the same thing they announced just after the D&D5 launch then.

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