A new gameplay teaser trailer has been unveiled for the upcoming Dungeons & Dragons turn-based dungeon-crawling game, Tales from Candlekeep: Tomb of Annihilation, due this October.

Tomb of Annihilation will feature procedural map generation using dungeon tiles not dissimilar to the board game upon which it’s based, and will contain over 40 main story and side quests. You’ll be able to choose from up to four different  adventurers to form your party. While multiplayer isn’t advertised as a feature, this would make local co-op somewhat feasible.

The game is being developed by BKOM Studios, the creators of the PVP turn-based game, Little Lords of Twilight, which came out in 2016 on mobile devices and received a well-reviewed Steam port last may.

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I’m rather a fan of the Dungeons & Dragons universe, and I’m an avid table-top RPG player. D&D hasn’t had a really great single player game for quite a while, so I’m cautious about Tomb of Annihilation, but I’ve heard good things of Little Lords of Twilight and a fair few digital adaptations of board games have turned out quite well, so  that caution is optimistic.