Pathfinder Tops D&D Again

According to the latest estimates released by ICV2.com, Pathfinder was once again the sales leader in the RPG field this summer, beating out the “genre-defining title” Dungeons & Dragons. Rounding out the field are Dark Heresy/Rogue Trader by FFG, Dragon Age, and Dungeon Crawl Classics.

I’ve got to say that last one surprises me a bit, but I’m pleased as anything that something that is deliberately being aimed at the old-school market is doing so well when stacked up against all the other RPGs that are out there. Even if I don’t personally care for it, it’s helping my corner of the hobby, and thus I wish it well.

Bear in mind that these are estimates based on a variety of different sources, since most gaming companies don’t publish straightforward sales statistics. They’re still regarded as pretty much the only source for comparison. 

Written by 

Wargamer and RPG'er since the 1970's, author of Adventures Dark and Deep, Castle of the Mad Archmage, and other things, and proprietor of the Greyhawk Grognard blog.

3 thoughts on “Pathfinder Tops D&D Again

  1. Actually, with WOTC so devoted to publicly promoting their new edition playtesting, I'm surprised any product for their D&D line is being sold at all…

    … although, for old times sake, Dungeon begs for my dollars.

Leave a Reply