Vote For The Most Anticipated RPG of 2024!

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


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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.

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  • 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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BenTheFerg

Explorer
Cohors Cthulhu got one of my 3 votes too, which I wasn't even aware of until I read the nomination thread. Having homebrewed a series of adventures for Cthulhu Dark Ages 3e, I'm glad to see the mythos being adapted to another era. TBH though, while I'm a big fan of 2d20 Star Trek Adventures, I'm not so keen on the system for other settings and genres - have Dishonored and Infinity and they both fizzled for my group. I would have prefered an adaption of ancient Rome which used the CoC7 rules. I'll at least buy the PDF and get it to the table for a try.
Oscar Rios' Golden Goblin Press has an excellent version of 7e CoC rules for ancient Rome - in Cthulhu Invictus. Highly recommended & supported. 👍🏼
 

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BenTheFerg

Explorer
Cohors Cthulhu got one of my 3 votes too, which I wasn't even aware of until I read the nomination thread. Having homebrewed a series of adventures for Cthulhu Dark Ages 3e, I'm glad to see the mythos being adapted to another era. TBH though, while I'm a big fan of 2d20 Star Trek Adventures, I'm not so keen on the system for other settings and genres - have Dishonored and Infinity and they both fizzled for my group. I would have prefered an adaption of ancient Rome which used the CoC7 rules. I'll at least buy the PDF and get it to the table for a try.
Here you go, Golden Goblin Press' Cthulhu Invictus link https://www.goldengoblinpress.com/store/#!/Cthulhu-Invictus/c/57080001
 

Rushbolt

Explorer
The main reason I am waiting for Tales of the Valiant is to see if Kobold Press addresses some of the issues in 5e well. Also, I hope they decide to include as many of their own subclasses, monsters, and spells as possible to give new alternatives to a game that has been using the many of the same options for decades.
 

Whizbang Dustyboots

Gnometown Hero
The main reason I am waiting for Tales of the Valiant is to see if Kobold Press addresses some of the issues in 5e well. Also, I hope they decide to include as many of their own subclasses, monsters, and spells as possible to give new alternatives to a game that has been using the many of the same options for decades.
Their monster preview PDF shows a lot of Kobold Press originals. And since they can't use most of the subclasses that WotC does -- they're mostly not in the SRD -- they have to put in their own subclasses, and did in the preview docs so far.
 

catkins144

First Post
The Secret World (Star Anvil Studios), such a good game, going to be an amazing RPG. so much to pull from for DMs, when you can use everything in the real world as a hook its no contest for making content.
 
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nisioisis

Villager
Gonna be enjoying Tomorrow City in march, from the neon city overdrive and hard city writer. Dieselpunk is a niche that doesn't get the amount of releases I wish it did.
 



davewire

Villager
I was going to vote for MCDM RPG but it doesn‘t appear to be among the choices. (I see in the nomination thread it’s because it’s expected out in 2025.) As much as I love Chaosium and have been eagerly anticipating Pendragon 6E, I can’t in good faith vote for it since it was technically released last year with the Starter Set. Can’t wait for the main core rulebook though. I had no idea that they were making a Mythic Iceland 2E. Good to know. I’m also surprised D&D‘s rule update isn’t here, but given the scandals over the past year… maybe I’m not surprised?

Ultimately, I think I’m going with Electric State, Daggerheart, and Shadow of the Weird Wizard. Tales from the Loop essentially got me hooked on Free League and I’ve been anticipating an Electric State RPG ever since TftL’s sequel Things from the Flood. Daggerheart just has me intrigued. I like Critical Role, I like Spenser Starke’s work, and I’m interested in seeing how this D12 system and card based character creation system works out. I’ve never played Shadow of the Demon Lord nor read the rulebook but I have heard great things. It’s been on my list of games to learn for ages now and I suppose this is equally true of its spiritual sequel.

Runners up for me were Knave 2E (which I’m not really anticipating because I already have the pdf), Mythic Bastionland (certain to be another beautiful piece of work from Chris McDowell), and Tales of the Valiant.
 

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