For a while there, it looked like Hasbro and its Wizards of the Coast label were about to destroy more than two decades of goodwill from fans, but the company is making some significant moves to reverse course, it announced today (via Gizmodo).
Dungeons & Dragons executive producer announced that they’re pulling back from the planned launch of Open Gaming License 1.2, which would replace and deauthorize Open Gaming License 1.0. Wizards of the Coast launched this license in 2000 with the intention being it would last indefinitely.
„When you give us playtest feedback, we take it seriously,” Brink wrote. „Already more than 15,000 of you have filled out the survey. The live survey results are clear. You want OGL 1.0a. You want irrevocability. You like Creative Commons. The feedback is in such high volume and its direction is so plain that we’re acting now.”
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