Monday, March 22, 2021

Planet Apocalypse for 5E Press Release

March 22, 2021

Petersen Games is happy to announce our latest direct-to-market RPG release: Planet Apocalypse for 5th edition D&D!

Originally part of last year’s Return to Planet Apocalypse Kickstarter, the final product is now printed and will be on its way to our warehouses next week.

Once it has arrived and backers have received their copies, we will open the sales page on our website for individual purchase and make Planet Apocalypse for 5E available to distributors and retailers. Depending on shipping and fulfillment times, we expect that to be mid to late May.

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Dark Lords always seem to threaten the world. This time, that threat becomes real. Your fantasy world is about to get destroyed by the Hordes of Hell!

A unique new product for 5th edition D&D, the Planet Apocalypse book provides rules and guides to turn any fantasy world into a post-apocalyptic landscape where the heroes fight alongside surviving remnants in their effort to stymie the fiendish hordes.
This 350+ page tome includes new subclasses, new feats, new spells, new magic items, THREE adventures, a complete guide on what it means to bring the apocalypse to your fantasy world, 15 Arch Lords whose Shadows literally manifest their own Hells, and a bestiary boasting more than 70 monster stat blocks!

MSRP $59.00

Press Contact:
Christine Graham, M.Ed., MGA
Chief Operations Officer at Petersen Games

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