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You can unlock D&D’s ‘Keys from the Golden Vault’ anthology right now

Preorders for Wizard’s latest D&D anthology ship on Feb 21, but you can dive into Keys from the Golden Vault right now

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Key art from the Dungeons & Dragons adventure, Keys from the Golden Vault
Assemble your crew and get ready to jump into Keys from the Golden Vault
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Keys from the Golden Vault is the latest collection of Dungeons & Dragons adventures from Wizards of the Coast. While physical copies of the 13 heist-centric adventures technically become available on February 21st, if you preorder the physical bundle directly from the Dungeons & Dragons store, you can access the new anthology right now.

Preordering the physical bundle of Keys from the Golden Vault directly from the D&D store for $59.99 will deliver a digital code to your inbox that you can immediately redeem via the D&D Beyond platform. You’ll also receive a physical copy of the book when it ships on the 21st. You can also order the digital version by itself for $29.99 on D&D Beyond if you’re running low on shelf space. For anyone else willing to wait, the physical version is also available on Amazon for around $45, and at your local game store, where you’ll also find a special alternate cover is available.

Keys from the Golden Vault joins a growing collection of excellent D&D anthologies like Candlekeep Mysteries and Journeys Through the Radiant Citidel, which are both available digitally through D&D Beyond for $29.99 each.

An aspect that makes Keys from the Golden Vault unique however, is that just like Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden, it ties into the upcoming film, Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves starring Chris Pine, which arrives on March 31. Chris Perkins, a game design architect for D&D has been serving as an advisor for the movie’s writing staff, ensuring that we’ll likely see locations and characters shared by the collected works in theaters.

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