Hearthstone’s latest expansion, Rise of Shadows, introduced players to the League of E.V.I.L – a team full of the card game’s biggest and baddest – when it launched earlier this year. The update kicked off a year of storytelling – a major component of which is the game’s upcoming solo adventure, The Dalaran Heist.
Ahead of the release of the next month’s upcoming Hearthstone expansion, Rise of Shadows (which also happens to usher in the fiery Year of the Dragon), we’ve got a brand-new card to show you. This time around, we’re showing off Hecklebot, perfect for those of you who want to make sure your opponents hate you by the end of the game.
Blizzard has revealed information about the upcoming Hearthstone expansion, which will kick off the upcoming Year of the Dragon. As ever, the new update, which will release on April 9, will introduce 135 new cards, as well as a handful of new mechanics.
Blizzard has unveiled the first handful of details Hearthstone’s next round of new content, as 2019 brings us the Year of the Dragon. Among the early bits of info was an image hinting at the three expansions due this year, and as always Hearthstone fans have picked apart the clues in the teaser to guess at the themes for all the big releases.
We’re around halfway through Hearthstone’s latest expansion, Rastakhan’s Rumble, which means it’s time to start looking ahead to the game’s next year of content. The card game’s Year of the Raven is drawing to a close, and it’ll soon be time to usher in the upcoming Year of the Dragon.
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Listen up Hearthstone players – it’s time to have talk about disease prevention. I’ve been told that our own resident Hearthstone expert, Ali, has been infected with a new card back that’ll spread to everyone he plays against. I hear that the plague is spreading quickly throughout the Hearthstone player base, leaving everyone affected with that most heinous of horrors: a new card back.
Just weeks after Blizzard cut back development on Heroes of the Storm and canned its MOBA’s esports scene, it looks as though the developer is also considering the future of Hearthstone esports. A survey sent out to Hearthstone players earlier this week asked players about their attachment to the game’s competitive scene.
Last year, Hearthstone director Ben Brode announced that he was leaving Blizzard. By the time the new studio Second Dinner was announced in July, it was clear plenty of other Hearthstone vets were coming along too. Today, the studio has finally what it’s working on: a Marvel game. We still don’t have precise details, but we finally at least have a hint about what’s coming.
A Hearthstone streamer – and Hearthstone fans can probably already guess who – has managed to gain more than 20,000 armour in a single game, thanks to the ludicrous combo powers of the now-infamous Shudderwock alongside new cards such as Ice Cream Peddler.