So, I tried playing Icewind Dale yesterday - without much success, it bears noting. It's like the frustrating start to Baldur's Gate cubed. I'm not sure I'm going to keep with it. But it got me thinking, it's been awhile since I can recall a D&D licensed game coming out, with the exception of Neverwinter Online. Before that, it looks like the last game to use the license was in 2011 and wasn't your typical D&D game (it was Daggerdale, a poorly-received XBLA hack & slash) . Then before that, you have to go all the way to 2008 for NWN2 content.
What I'm getting at is this: what is WotC doing with its license? Or whoever it is who owns Pathfinder. It seems like the prototypical Baldur's Gate-type RPG/adventure games have always done well thanks to its license, but they haven't made one in forever. Is one in development that I don't know about?