During the first day of Blizzard’s annual Blizzcon on Friday, the Hearthstone team unveiled the card game’s latest expansion, Mean Streets of Gadgetzan. The team had been hinting at a Gadgetzan expansion for weeks, but we finally got to see some of the new cards and mechanics being added to the game.
While you were sleeping last night, Blizzard was on stage in China revealing new Hearthstone content. After hinting at the reveal for the past week or so, Blizzard announced One Night in Karazhan at the ChinaJoy Expo on Thursday morning — an upcoming adventure featuring 45 new cards.
Later today, Blizzard will launch the third major expansion for Hearthstone, titled Whispers of the Old Gods. As with previous expansions, Whispers of the Old Gods will add a new card pack to the store with 134 new cards to collect, but before you start spending, you should know that you can get your first several packs for free. More →
Hearthstone is one of my favorite games in years. I complete my daily quests every day of the week, I pore over upcoming cards when Blizzard (finally) announces a new adventure or expansion, and I check HearthPwn on a weekly basis to make sure my decks are up to snuff in an increasingly cutthroat meta.
But as I opened my 31 packs from The Grand Tournament expansion on Monday with the gold I’d been saving up for over two months, I couldn’t help but wonder why Blizzard refuses to give its always-growing player base a chance to catch up. More →
Hearthstone took the gaming world by storm this year when it launched on the iPad, ushering in thousands of new players and topping the charts on the App Store for weeks. There’s no question that Blizzard’s take on the collectible card game has been a phenomenon, but Hearthstone is about to take another step forward with the release of its biggest content update ever on PC and iPad, featuring 30 new cards and a brand new single-player adventure mode called Curse of Naxxramas. More →
Blizzard’s new Warcraft-inspired card game soft-launched on iPad in early April, and was released worldwide earlier this week as a free download. However, in less than a day the game took the App Store by storm, quickly becoming the top application in the Top Free Apps charts in many markets. According to data provided by App Annie, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is now the No. 1 free app in 38 markets where the App Store is available to customers, including the U.S. When looking at iPad games only, the app is No. 1 in 40 countries. More →
Blizzard announced on Wednesday that its free-to-play collectible card game, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, is finally rolling out worldwide for the iPad. Hearthstone has been available on the iPad in select regions for a few weeks, but April 16th represents the app’s official international launch. The app supports the 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation iPads as well as the iPad mini, Retina iPad mini and iPad Air. More →
While Blizzard is far from releasing its any of its Warcraft games on mobile devices, the company has come up with a card game based on the characters of Warcraft, that’s currently available on iPad in selected markets, Mac and PC. Additionally, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft versions for iPhone, Windows tablet and Android will be available in the near future, according to the company. More →