Vote For The Most Anticipated Tabletop RPG Of 2020

What's your most anticipated RPG for 2020?

  • Adventures in Austerion (De Architecturart)

  • Age of Ambition (Tab Creations)

  • Altered Carbon (Hunters Entertainment)

  • Arium (Adept Icarus)

  • Big Eyes, Small Mouth 4E (Japanime Games)

  • Blue Planet: Recontact (Gallant Knight/Biohazard)

  • BREAK!! (Happy Die Co.)

  • Call of Cthulhu: Sverige (Eloso Förlag)

  • Cartel (Magpie Games)

  • Casting the Runes (The Design Mechanism)

  • Champions Now (Hero Games)

  • Cortex Prime (Fandom Tabletop)

  • Cthulhutech 2E (Wildfire)

  • Cyberpunk Red (R. Talsorian Games)

  • Dark Trails (Stiff Whiskers Press)

  • Demigods (Jason Mills)

  • Dramaghul: City on the Edge of Nowhere (Wordplay Games)

  • Dune (Modiphius)

  • Fading Suns 4th Edition (Ulisses Spiele)

  • Fallout (Modiphius)

  • Fate of Cthulhu (Evil Hat)

  • Fiasco: The Cinematic Game of Plans Gone Wrong (Bully Pulpit)

  • Geist: The Sin-Eaters, Second Edition (Onyx Path)

  • Haunted West (Darker Hue)

  • Heart: The City Beneath (Rowan, Rook and Decard)

  • Hearts of Wulin (Ox-Pilgrim Escort Bureau)

  • Hellenistika (Handiwork Games)

  • Kopparhavets Hjältar (Helmgast)

  • Mythras: Lyonesse (The Design Mechanism)

  • Night Shift: Veterans of the Supernatural Wars (Elf Lair Games)

  • One Child's Heart (Camdon Wright)

  • Orun (New Agenda)

  • PunkApocalyptic (Schwalb Entertainment)

  • Rivers of London (Chaosium)

  • Rolemaster (Unified) (ICE)

  • Root (Magpie Games)

  • Ross Rifles (Dundas West Games)

  • Ruin Masters (Riotminds)

  • Sentinel Comics: The Roleplaying Game (Greater Than Games)

  • Stargate Roleplaying Game (Wyvern Gaming)

  • Swords of the Serpentine (Pelgrane Press)

  • Talisman Adventures (Pegasus Press)

  • The Blackest Space - An Interstellar Sci-Fi Survival RPG (Eric Bloat)

  • The Fifth Season (Green Ronin)

  • The Hero's Journey 2nd Edition (Barrel Rider Games)

  • The Troubleshooters (Helmgast)

  • The Veil: Inheritance (Samjoko Publishing)

  • They Came From Beneath the Sea! (Onyx Path)

  • Thousand Arrows (Galileo Games)

  • Thousand-Year-Old Vampire (Dear Leader Games)

  • Through Sunken Lands and Other Adventures (Flatland Games)

  • Tiny Cthulhu (Gallant Knight Games)

  • Under Hollow Hills (Vincent Baker and Meguey Baker)

  • Unspeakable: Sigil & Sign (Cubicle 7)

  • Vaesen - Nordic Horror Roleplaying (Free League)

  • Warhammer: Age of Sigmar (Cubicle 7)

  • Wicked Ones (b-Design)

  • Wolves of God (Sine Nomine Publishing)

  • Zorro Roleplaying Game (Gallant Knight Games)


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It's time to start voting for your 10 Most Anticipated Tabletop RPGs for 2020! Nominations were taken over the last month, resulting in a list of nearly 60 games, and voting will remain open until Tuesday, January 14th.

You may vote for more than one game. To qualify, a game must be a standalone RPG, NOT a supplement, setting, adventure, sourcebook, expansion, or accessory, it must be currently scheduled for a 2020 release, and it must have received at least one nomination in the nomination stage. Last year's winner, Savage Worlds Adventure Edition, is pictured below.

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FAQ

Why wasn't [my most anticipated RPG] nominated?
Unfortunately, I have no insight into why you didn't nominate your most anticipated RPG. You can see the nomination thread here.

[A game] was nominated, but isn't in the poll. Double check it was nominated correctly (name, plus publisher name). Unfortunately, if it wasn't nominated correctly then it isn't eligible this year. Also check that the game isn't already available. If it was nominated correctly and I missed it somehow, let me know ASAP so I can add it.
 
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Russ Morrissey

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evilgaz

Co-host of What Would The Smart Party Do? Podcast
2016/17 seem curious results - maybe Trudvang was riding high on the success of Swedish games from Fria Ligan? The other previous winners seem on point though. Lots of exciting stuff this time around - I note a few licenced games are sneaking in.
 

dave2008

Legend
2016/17 seem curious results - maybe Trudvang was riding high on the success of Swedish games from Fria Ligan? The other previous winners seem on point though. Lots of exciting stuff this time around - I note a few licenced games are sneaking in.
I know nothing about the system/game, but the Trudvang books are gorgeous - doesn't surprise me at all.
 

ART!

Explorer
Two of the games I voted for I didn't even know - or had forgotten - were happening: new editions of Rolemaster and Champions. I played both of those A LOT back in the day, so I'm always curious to see what a new edition does.

Very much looking forward to Cortex Prime, but will it really be out this year? ;)

I'm always interested in a new supers game, so Sentinels is on my radar.
 

Greg K

Adventurer
I will check out Big Eyes Small Mouth 4e, Cortex Prime, Cyberpunk Red, Rolemaster (Unified), Tiny Cthulhu, and Zorro. I will, probably, also check out Altered Carbon and Dune. A few months ago, my choice for most anticipated would have been between BESM 4e, Cortex Prime, and , maybe, Cyberpunk Red. I am not sure why my enthusiasm has waned, but I am not most anticipating any of these games at this time.

Edit: I will most likely also check out Hero's Journey 2e at some point.
 
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Phenomen

Villager
Eclipse Phase 2e and Fate of Cthulhu are already released. I got PDF and hardbooks of those in 2019.

My list: Cyberpunk Red, Dune, Fallout, Heart: The City Beneath, PunkApocalyptic, Rivers of London, Root, Stargate RPG, Vaesen, Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, SLA Industries 2e
 

Morrus

Well, that was fun
Staff member

TrippyHippy

Adventurer
Eclipse Phase is already out as of 2019. The PDF has been out for some time to the general public, and the physical copies are slowly getting distributed to backers, also as of last year.

Mythic Babylon is a supplement, for Mythras' Mythic Earth line, not a core book.

Sorry to point these out.
 

evilgaz

Co-host of What Would The Smart Party Do? Podcast
I know nothing about the system/game, but the Trudvang books are gorgeous - doesn't surprise me at all.
All the things I've heard about the system (including from Swedes) are that it isn't great - so I maintain my surprise! Given the number of other games that were potentially available. Each to their own.
 

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