Thanks for joining us for Roll20Con 2021, a weekend of raising money for Code 2040, joining games with StartPlaying, and hosting awesome giveaways! Videos of convention panels (including games featuring tabletop veterans like Aabria Iyengar, Brennan Lee Mulligan, Jasmine Bhullar, Amir Hamzah, and Gabe Hicks) will be available on our YouTube!
We also talked about some of the upcoming Compendiums, Adventures, and other converted content coming to Roll20. We’ve got products lined up from veteran Roll20 publishers as well as some partners brand new to the platform. Let’s dive in!
Wizards of the Coast
Wizards of the Coast have two upcoming releases now on preorder here on Roll20: Strixhaven, Curriculum of Chaos, and Critical Role: Call of the Netherdeep.
Based on the recent Magic: The Gathering expansion, Strixhaven: Curriculum of Chaos casts its players as students at a school for magic-users. We streamed a first look at the module on Friday, when DM Aabria Iyengar ran a talented group of gamers through an early preview of the book–featuring Roll20 Mobile.
Critical Role: Call of the Netherdeep is the ultimate guide to the world of Exandria. It contains seven chapters of thrilling adventure for players levels 3-12, new creatures and magic items, and much, much more.
Pathfinder’s largest city sourcebook to date is coming to Roll20. Lost Omens: Absalom, City of Lost Omens is positively packed with lore on the locations, denizens, and would-be adventures waiting in Pathfinder’s most famous city.
Lost Omens: Monsters of Myth is also coming to Roll20, and bringing with it 20 of the most infamous and terrifying monsters from Lost Omens lore.
We also confirmed that Kingmaker, the long-anticipated anniversary release of Pathfinder’s beloved Adventure Path, is expected to come to the platform in 2022.
And finally, shifting our sights upwards to the sky, Starfinder: Galactic Magic is coming to Roll20. It’s packed with magic-infused options for every Starfinder class, as well as the new precog class.
The upcoming Keeper Screen Pack brings two ready-to-play Call of Cthulhu scenarios to Roll20, and with an expected release here in November 2021, the terror is just around the corner.
Doors to Darkness, meanwhile, is expected to emerge in December. It includes 5 beginner scenarios, perfect for new investigators looking to explore the Cthulhu mythos for the first time.
Last up, we’ve got a very unique release on the horizon: Does Love Forgive? is a two-pack of scenarios made for 1 keeper and 1 player, bringing an interesting duet dynamic to Call of Cthulhu.
Renegade Game Studios
The next Vampire: The Masquerade Sourcebook is now available for preorder. Second Inquisition is an antagonists’ guide to the fires rising against the world’s vampires, stuffed with new tools to expand your chronicles into the deep, dark night.
_Power Rangers: The Roleplaying Game _is also available for preorder on Roll20. Become a Power Ranger and protect Angel Grove from the forces of Rita Repulsa and Lord Zedd! Dustin and Carlos hosted a first look at Power Rangers: The RPG on Roll20 during the show.
The award-winning Fiasco is getting a new series of playsets, with an exclusive early access period on Roll20 - stay tuned for more info!
Astonishing Adventures, the monthly adventure series for Mutants & Masterminds, is coming to Roll20. In fact, some of those adventures are already available, and other installments will be flying onto the Roll20 Marketplace within the coming weeks.
Two other Green Ronin titles are expected in 2022: Return to Freeport, Green Ronin’s Pathfinder Adventure, and The Expanse RPG, based on the Modern AGE ruleset.
Coyote & Crow
Hot off a smashing successful Kickstarter, Coyote & Crow is coming to your virtual tabletop! This sci-fi/fantasy TTRPG is set in a First Nations alternative future where colonization never happened. Expect it on Roll20 sometime in 2022.
Evil Hat Productions
Advanced Lovers & Lesbians, the supplement/expansion for Thirsty Sword Lesbians, comes with new Playbooks, 4 adventures, and over 20 settings. The Kickstarter’s live now, and we expect a Roll20 release by the end of the year.
And within the coming months, you can expect Fate of Cthulhu to get its tentacles on Roll20, too. The Fate-powered eldritch horror gives players a fighting chance against its cosmic, unknowable evils.
Alligator Alley Entertainment
It’s been about a year since Esper Genesis released on Roll20, and the folks at Alligator Alley Entertainment have an all-new Adventure Series coming that’s compatible both with it and with 5E: Expedition from the Mysterious Peaks! The Kickstarter’s live now.
The upcoming Exquisite Crime is a roleplaying game unlike any others; players play as Paranormal Detectives taking turns transcribing their visions to another player, who draws what they see. The Kickstarter is live now, and we expect a Roll20 version sometime in 2022.
The dark future is now: Cyberpunk RED is coming to Roll20. The latest version of the classic game that defined a genre is slated to jack in to the VTT before the end of the year.
Andrews McMeel Publishing
Zweihander Main Gauche, a supplement to the Zweihander core rulebook, plunges your players deeper into the realm of demons and shadows. It’s expected to come to Roll20 in early 2021.
Additionally, Flames of Freedom, an American gothic horror RPG powered by the Zweihander game engine, will land on the platform during 2021. A number of Roll20 staffers were involved in the book’s development, and we can’t wait to see it take shape.
Roll20. Roll20 never changes.
Explore the post-nuclear wasteland with Fallout RPG, powered by the D20 system from Modiphius! Fallout is currently slated for a Q1 2022 release on Roll20.
Darker Hue Studios
Haunted West, a Weird West TTRPG set after the American Civil War, takes place in an alternate history detailed extensively within the book’s lore, from prehistoric times up until the last stagecoach robbery. It’s scheduled for Roll20 release in Q1 2022.
Rollacrit is bringing Heroes of Barcadia, a 2-6 player tile-based, dungeon-crawling tabletop party game, to Roll20. The Kickstarter raised over $1.25 million, and it’s expected on Roll20 in Q1 of 2022.
With The Illrigger’s recent release on Roll20, we took some time to confirm that more MCDM releases are planned and on the horizon. Stay tuned!
Surprise! Vault of Magic is now on Roll20!
This trove of powerful new magic for 5th Edition includes unique items crafted by guest writers like Patrick Rothfuss, Deborah Ann Woll, Gail Simone, and more.
The Unsleeping City Art Packs features tokens and map elements used in The Unsleeping City Chapter II actual play from Dimension 20, including never-before-seen art that didn’t make it into the original game. You can grab it as a bundle, or purchase the tokens or maps individually.
This week, we released 3 products in partnership with Ulisses Spiele: The Dark Eye Core Rulebook, The Aventurian Armory, and The Aventurian Bestiary. We’re proud to bring the #1 TTRPG in Germany to Roll20, along with its rich publication history of over 30 years. Additionally, these products come with both a German and an English translation. The link above takes you to a FREE introductory adventure, so check it out!
Finally, the beloved Brazilian fantasy RPG Tormenta is getting expanded Roll20 support, including VTT-enhanced conversions available in both Portuguese and English in 2022. We can’t wait to help bring Tormenta to a worldwide audience!
That wraps up the licensing announcements, but we’ve got a lot going on at Roll20! If you’re like to read about our announcements for the VTT (including Isometric Grids, Page Organization, and updates to the Character Vault!) you can read all about that here.