Yesterday, Paizo announced that they had formed a new partnership with New Order Editora to get better distribution for Pathfinder in Brazil. The company is currently working with them to release Starfinder, along with the Pathfinder Core Rulebook, Alien Archives, and Dead Suns Adventure Path, and several accessories in the first quarter of 2019. Here’s a few quotes on the new partnership from their press release.
“We are immensely satisfied with this agreement with Paizo, both as publishers and as fans. Bringing Starfinder and Pathfinder Second Edition to the Brazilian community is a dream come true for us. We are grateful for the trust players and Paizo have placed in us and promise to represent them well,” said New Order Editora owners Alexandre Seba and Anésio Vargas.
“We are excited to work with Alexandre, Anésio, and the rest of the team from New Order Editora,” said Jim Butler, VP of Marketing and Licensing at Paizo Inc. “We’re looking forward to seeing all of Paizo’s product lines made available to Brazilian gamers.”
Devir finishes its Pathfinder releases in Brazil with the Inner Sea World Guide, and they will continue to sell through their remaining Pathfinder inventory through mid-2019. They remain Paizo’s translation partner for Spanish-language products worldwide.
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