The company also publishes the high fantasy Exalted and the modern mythic Scion. During Third Edition Dungeons & Dragons, they put out d20 system material under their Sword & Sorcery imprint, including such titles as the gothic horror campaign setting Ravenloft and Monte Cook's Arcana Unearthed series. They also had a division, Black Dog Game Factory, that published books that deal with mature and adult themes, including several volumes from the Old World of Darkness line and the parody RPG HoL.
A short lived gameworld, comprised of Future Imperfect game Trinity (formerly Aeon, but renamed due to copyright reasons), Super Hero game Aberrant and Pulp game Adventure, was eventually dropped due to low sales. D20 versions of the three games were later released.
To complement the Old World of Darkness game lines, there is a LARP system dubbed Mind's Eye Theatre. Many grassroots gaming groups have sprung up to play games based on this system. There have also been several series of novels based on the Old World of Darkness, along with a few for Exalted.
White Wolf has a mixed record in the collectible card game market with Arcadia, Rage, and Vampire: The Eternal Struggle (formerly Jyhad). V:TES, perhaps the most successful of the bunch, was originally published by Wizards of the Coast in 1994 but was abandoned just two years later after a revamped base set and name change (V:TES) and three expansions. White Wolf acquired the rights to the game in 2000, despite no new material having been produced for the game in over 4 years. Since then, V:TES has released several expansions, and was for a long time the only official source for material for the Old World of Darkness.
Video games such as Vampire: The Masquerade – Redemption and Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines are based on White Wolf's role-playing property, Vampire: The Masquerade. There are also several Hunter: The Reckoning video games. A Werewolf: The Apocalypse video game was also planned but abandoned during development. World of Darkness Preludes: Vampire and Mage, a virtual novel style game, was also released in 2017.
In 2003, the company announced the "Time of Judgment," which brought an end to their series of Old World of Darkness gamelines. They then launched a Spiritual Successor setting, putting out games set in a New World of Darkness, independent of the original. This move concerned many fans who had become used to the existing setting.
In 2006, White Wolf was acquired by CCP hf, the creators and publishers of EVE Online.
In 2007 they released a D20 adaptation of the World of Darkness series called Monte Cook's World of Darkness. A The World of Darkness MMO was announced, and languished in Development Hell until it was canceled in 2014.
In 2011, White Wolf announced a 20th anniversary edition of Vampire: The Masquerade, and started making Old World of Darkness gamebooks available via print on demand. At that year's Gen Con, they announced they would now be releasing new books for both old and new Worlds of Darkness with the Onyx Path imprint. In late 2011 they began development of the 20th anniversary edition of Werewolf: The Apocalypse.
In 2012, Rich Thomas, White Wolf's creative director, founded Onyx Path Publishing, which had licensed the old World of Darkness, the new World of Darkness, and Exalted from WW/CCP, bought Scion and Trinity Universe from them outright, and was planning to publish their own games.
In October 2015 it was announced that Paradox Interactive had bought the company from CCP, complete with all the games they owned (ie, the Worlds of Darkness and Exalted). In November 2018, following backlash concerning the Anarch and Camarilla sourcebooks in Vampire: The Masquerade 5th Edition, it was announced that White Wolf was fully absorbed into Paradox and would no longer function as a separate entity, ceasing internal development and publishing.
World of Darkness Games:
Old World of Darkness tabletop gamelines (1991-2004)<!—index—>
- Vampire: The Masquerade
- Werewolf: The Apocalypse
- Mage: The Ascension
- Wraith: The Oblivion
- Changeling: The Dreaming
- Kindred of the East (Vampire-like undead of East Asia)
- Hunter: The Reckoning
- Mummy: The Resurrection
- World of Darkness: Mummy
- Demon: The Fallen
- Orpheus (Ghosts and paranormal investigators)
Historical Old World of Darkness variants
- Dark Ages Vampire
- Victorian Age Vampire
- Dark Ages Werewolf
- Werewolf The Wild West
- Dark Ages Mage (Spiritual Successor to the Lion Rampant game Ars Magica)
- Mage The Sorcerers Crusade (Renaissance)
- Wraith The Great War (World War One)
- Dark Ages Fae
- Dark Ages Inquisitor
The Chronicles of Darkness tabletop gamelines (2004 - )
- Vampire: The Requiem
- Werewolf: The Forsaken
- Mage: The Awakening
- Promethean: The Created
- Changeling: The Lost
- Hunter: The Vigil
- Geist: The Sin-Eaters
- Mummy: The Curse
- Demon: The Descent
- Beast: The Primordial (announced here)
- Deviant: The Renegades
Old World of Darkness Revival tabletop gamelines (2011 - )
- Vampire: The Masquerade 20th Anniversary Edition
- Werewolf: The Apocalypse 20th Anniversary Edition
- Mage: The Ascension 20th Anniversary Edition
- Wraith: The Oblivion 20th Anniversary Edition
- Changeling: The Dreaming 20th Anniversary Edition
- Ars Magica
- Street Fighter: The Storytelling Game - Based on Street Fighter
- Trinity Universe
Published under the Sword and Sorcery Studios imprint:
- Monte Cook's Arcana Unearthed and Arcana Evolved series
- d20 Sword & Sorcery series
- Ever Quest Role Playing Game - Based on EverQuest
- Gamma World
- Scarred Lands
- Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game - Based on Warcraft