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Vote For The Most Anticipated RPG of 2024!

As we do every year, it's time to vote for the most anticipated tabletop roleplaying game of the coming year!

Vote for your most anticipated RPG(s) of 2024 (up to 3 votes allowed)

  • 13th Age 2nd Edition (Pelgrane Press)

  • Adventurer, Conqueror, King System II (Autarch LLC)

  • Amboria: Roleplaying in the World Under Starlight (Strange Owl Games)

  • Assassin's Creed (CMON)

  • Break!! (Grey Wizard)

  • Broken Weave (Cubicle 7)

  • Cairn 2E (Space Penguin)

  • Cohors Cthulhu (Modiphius)

  • Deathmatch Island (Old Dog Games/Evil Hat Productions)

  • Daggerheart (Darrington Press)

  • Diablo RPG (Glass Cannon Unplugged)

  • Dolmenwood (Necrotic Gnome)

  • Eat The Reich (Rowan, Rook and Deckard)

  • The Electric State Roleplaying Game (Free League)

  • Final Fantasy XIV TTRPG Starter Set (Square Enix)

  • His Majesty the Worm (Rise Up Comus)

  • Into the Mother Lands (Green Ronin/Tanya DePass)

  • Knave 2E (Ben Milton)

  • The Laundry 2nd Edition (Cubicle 7)

  • Lords of the Middle Sea (Chaosium)

  • Monty Python's Cocurricular Mediaeval Reenactment Programme (Exalted Funeral)

  • Mythic Bastionland (Chris McDowall)

  • Mythic Iceland 2E (Chaosium)

  • Pendragon 6E (Chaosium)

  • Pioneer (Mongoose Publishing)

  • QuestWorlds (Chaosium)

  • Ronin (Slightly Reckless Games)

  • Savage HeXXen (Ulisses Spiele)

  • The Secret World (Star Anvil Studios)

  • Shadow of the Weird Wizard (Schwalb Entertainment)

  • Shadow Scar (R. Talsorian)

  • Stonetop (penny lantern)

  • Tales of the Valiant (Kobold Press)

  • Talislanta 6th Edition (Everything Epic)

  • Tiny Cyberpunk (Gallant Knight Games)

  • Triangle Agency (Haunted Table Games)

  • Urban Shadows 2E (Magpie Games)

  • Mothership 1E

The results of this poll are hidden until it is manually edited by the user or site admin.

As we do every year, it's time to vote for the most anticipated tabletop roleplaying game of the coming year! Here is last year's Top 10 (spoiler: the winner was Chaosium's Pendragon 6E). Previous winners include 13th Age (2013), Star Wars Force & Destiny (2015), Rifts for Savage Worlds (2016), Trudvang Chronicles (2017), Vampire: the Masquerade 5th Edition (2018), Savage Worlds Adventure Edition (2019), Dune (2020 & 2021), and Twilight 2000 (2021), Blade Runner (2022), and Pendragon 6E (2023). What will be the most anticipated RPG of 2024?

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We took nominations. Now it's time to vote. What will be the most anticipated RPG of 2024? You can vote for up to 3 games. Voting will be open for 2 weeks, until January 15th.


Frequently Asked Questions
  • Why isn't my favourite game nominated? Did you nominate it?
  • Why isn't my nomination on the list? Check the nomination thread. If you made a valid nomination (name, link) and it's not in the poll, let me know ASAP so I can add it. The most common reasons for a game's nomination being invalid is because it's already available. Check DTRPG and the publisher's own website and make sure you can't already buy it there.
  • Did I make a mistake? Almost certainly. If you spot a game on the list which doesn't qualify (usually because it's already available!) let me know so I can remove it.
  • How does a game qualify? It must have been nominated by you in the nomination thread with a valid formatted nomination, it must be a standalone tabletop RPG (not a setting, adventure, supplement, etc.), and it's projected release date to the general public (not just Kickstarter backers) should be in 2024.

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Tales of the Valiant was an easy first choice. Mt weekly group plays D&D 5E, and I'm trying to introduce options from other 5E stuff I think will improve play.

I love the concept in Cohors Cthulhu, and I've wanted to try the 2d20 system (for more than a session or two) for years. Will I actually run this for my group? The fact that it involves Cthulhu means the group will be interested, so that's half the battle.

13th Age 2E - I ran 13th Age for several sessions, several years back, and I really like some things about it. I know a lot of people like the One Unique Thing and Background replacing skills, but I found those too hard to arbitrate. I love how simple classes are, and that spell levels and character levels are synchronized.



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