D&D marks Hasbro’s third franchise integrated into “Stumble Guys” after previous collaborations with NERF and Monopoly.

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April 2, 2024

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Dungeons & Dragons as featured in “Stumble Guys.”
Dungeons & Dragons as featured in “Stumble Guys.”Hasbro

In honor of Dungeons & Dragons’ 50th anniversary, “Stumble Guys” and D&D fans will discover a fresh player archetype system and two new courses. In these, players can utilize skills and abilities to defeat enemies and role-play their path to victory. 

In this latest update, adventure seekers will dive into the Dungeons & Dragons class system, reimagined for the Stumbleverse. Players can choose from Fighter, Rogue, Cleric and Wizard classes, each equipped with unique abilities for navigating and interacting with new courses in distinct ways. The collaboration also includes two new courses in D&D’s Forgotten Realms setting, offering a story-driven adventure where players must overcome an elimination course of monsters to access a new racing map. 

“As we continue to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Dungeons & Dragons, our latest collaboration introduces ‘Stumble Guys’ players to a realm of unparalleled adventure and fantasy,” says Eugene Evans, senior vice president, digital strategy and licensing, Wizards of the Coast, Hasbro. “This integration brings the rich, storied universe of D&D to life in a new format, capturing the camaraderie and fun that has enthralled fans for decades. We continue to explore how to celebrate D&D and bring Hasbro brands to life. The dynamic and engaging gameplay of ‘Stumble Guys’ is another fun way we are offering millions the chance to explore Hasbro’s cherished universes like never before.” 

This “Stumble Guys” update introduces new cosmetic options, including Stumblers, emotes, footsteps and animations, allowing players to fully customize their class experience in the D&D universe. 

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