Not sure if anyone saw this. Here's the announcement:
Dungeons & Dragons Attack Wing will ship in "late Autumn," according to Ziran, and like the company’s Star Trek Attack Wing, will feature the FlightPath engine developed by Fantasy Flight Games for its Star Wars X-Wing miniatures game (see "'Star Trek Attack Wing'").
UPDATE -WizKids has posted solicitation information for the Attack Wing: Dungeons & Dragons Starter Sets, which lists October 1 as the release date. The starters will contain three pre-pained plastic dragons with base and pegs, three maneuver dials, cards and tokens, with a tentative MSRP of $39.99. Wave One Expansion Packs, eight in all, will also be available, sold individually for $14.99. Wave Two Expansion Packs, three in all, will tentatively be available December 3, also with MSRP of $14.99.
It will follow the formats that we’ve defined with Star Trek Attack Wing, except this will be dogfighting dragons," Ziran said. "And the new twist on this is ok, you have dogfighting dragons, but what about ground troops? And so now you’re going to have giants, and ballistas, and magic users fighting the dragons up above and the dragons raining fire down on the guys on the ground. It’s a very interesting take."
The product configuration will be the same template and SKU configuration as Star Trek Attack Wing, which is a box set with visible contents, and visible boosters.
Original article here. Kinda weird if you ask me, but interesting that they are mixing ground and air combat so I thought I'd share.