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Besides Volo's Guide, do any of the other published sourcebooks have in-universe counterparts?

Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes fits this criteria. The preface to Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes features a message from the arcanaloth Shemeshka the Marauder, who delivered a book called Mordenkainen's ...
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Besides Volo's Guide, do any of the other published sourcebooks have in-universe counterparts?

Not in printed form The boring answer is that, as far as I can tell, none of the other Guides have been featured in the adventures published so far by Wizards of the Coast. The more fun (and maybe ...
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Will there be "upgrades" from the current physical DnD 5e PHB (and other official materials) to the One D&D versions?

Update documents are unlikely. Based on the previews we've seen so far, an update document as you describe it seems highly unlikely. The changes are pretty widespread and cut deep into the system, so ...
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Will there be "upgrades" from the current physical DnD 5e PHB (and other official materials) to the One D&D versions?

There will be new rulebooks in 2024 The announcement by Wizards of the Coast stated: As part of One D&D, we’re… Updating and expanding on the existing rules of the game, culminating in the ...
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Will there be "upgrades" from the current physical DnD 5e PHB (and other official materials) to the One D&D versions?

If you want to play 5e, buy 5e. Role playing games are not like software, you don't have to use the latest and greatest version. If you want to play D&D One, wait for D&D One to be released. ...
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Is there an official statement about which printing of PHB/DMG is the latest?

The information you want is not available, but using the ISBN and printer's key and search WorldCat you can (potentially) get a good approximation, or contact Wizard's of the Coast directly and ask ...
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Is there an official statement about which printing of PHB/DMG is the latest?

I assume you're looking to make sure you have the most recent rules version. Not every print run contains different rules. In fact, as far as I know there are only three versions of the 5e PHB out ...

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