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New Steam Game Lets Players Bring Their Dungeons & Dragons Campaigns To Digital Life

Dungeon Full Dive will launch on PC, with VR compatibility, later this year.


Dungeon Full Dive is an immersive digital way to play tabletop role-playing games with friends online. Launching later this year, the tabletop tool features full customization of characters and maps to help players create their own digital, role-playing playground.

With Dungeon Full Dive, players can customize their own miniature with a full suite of options. The digital tool contains mechanic and stat integration with Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition (D&D 5e), players can alter their character sheets from inside the app. It is unknown whether it will include tools for other TTRPG systems.

Dungeon masters can use map tools to create environments for their players to explore. The virtual tabletop tool comes with a variety of pre-made battle maps, which DMs can alter. They can also make brand new maps using the built-in tools.

In line with VR integration, players can see their miniatures from a top-down perspective or inhabit their POV, exploring the game world in first person. Players can also pick up and interact with objects, like musical instruments and bottles. If players don't have a VR headset, they can still play their campaign with other players who do, as Dungeon Full Dive has cross-play. DMs can incorporate a big group too, as the game allows for a total of eight players.

Dungeon Full Dive is coming to Steam later in 2023. An alpha test will also be available later this year.

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