#RPGaDay 2017: Day 31 – What do you anticipate most for gaming in 2018?

We have reached the final day of RPGaDay.


August has come and gone extremely fast, and so has RPGaDay. And for the final question we are asked what we’re anticipating, as gamers, in 2018.

Two RPGs I’m anticipating in 2018 are the new Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay and Warhammer 40K Roleplay: Wrath & Glory. I was disappointed when the series was discontinued by Fantasy Flight Games earlier this year, because I hadn’t managed to acquire any of the books. But a couple of weeks ago, there was an announcement that the licenses had already been acquired by other companies, so I’m really excited.

Also, there are the Open Legend RPG core rule book and the Amaurea’s Dawn campaign setting I’m waiting for. Hopefully, they will arrive this year but, no matter how positive I am, I have accepted the possibility of them arriving in 2018.

Another thing I’m anticipating is going to conventions. There are very few conventions here in Greece and in dates I’m usually really busy. But, hopefully, next year I’ll manage to visit one or two.

As for projects, I can’t say anything yet, but there are a few that I’m working on. Some of them most probably won’t be finished until 2018, so here’s another thing to anticipate for.

And that’s my answer to today’s question. What are you anticipating the most for gaming in 2018?

Tomorrow’s question is…wait, there’s no tomorrow’s question. I’m finally free! Just kidding. I really enjoyed this year’s RPGaDay and I’m anticipating (get it?) next year’s event. If any of you didn’t participate this year, I highly recommend doing it next year. It’s really worth it.

So until next time, have fun!

2 thoughts on “#RPGaDay 2017: Day 31 – What do you anticipate most for gaming in 2018?

    • One of my players suggested backing the Open Legend Kickstarter. In fact, it’s the first Kickstarter I’ve ever backed, but hopefully not the last.
      And thank you for your kind words. What you said means a lot to me. I’m really glad you enjoyed it.


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