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When I started D&D, I bought the PHB, MM, and DMG, of course. And not too long after that I picked up Tyranny of Dragons and Out of the Abyss. I haven't checked in for a while and I'm suddenly finding out that there's something about Drow, a Storm King's Thunder, and what looks like an addendum to the Monster Manual. And I'm sure that there are others I haven't spotted.

Clearly I've missed a lot.

Now, I'm not asking for the titles; the contents of that answer would be bound to change. But is there a place I can look periodically in order to ensure that I can identify new releases periodically (and find anything I may have missed)?

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On the Wizards Product Catalog page. Wizards tends to keep a pretty accurate catalog of their physical products, and this list can be sorted new-old, so check back there periodically and see if something crops up in front. All the books you've listed are there. (the new-old ordering seems to not be tied totally to release date — maybe the date it was announced?)

Their Product Catalog won't cover third party products, mind.

Additionally, errata and rules clarifications are published periodically in the Sage Advice column on their articles site. At the time of writing, the latest version is May 2016. As far as I'm aware there is not yet one single continuously-updated errata archive page.

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