Hearthstone Madness at the Darkmoon Faire expansion is coming November 17

  • Hearthstone Madness at the Darkmoon Faire expansion is coming November 17

Hearthstone Madness at the Darkmoon Faire expansion is coming November 17

The pre-purchase will get players card packs for the new expansion, a random new Legendary card, and a new card back. Madness at the Darkmoon Faire. for their free-to-play digital card game, Hearthstone, which is arriving on November 17, 2020.

On Nov. 12, Blizzard will also release its biggest update ever to Hearthstone's progression system.

Also available will be the slightly more modest Madness at Darkmoon Faire Bundle (not mega), which comes with 45 card packs, one Legendary card, the N'Zoth card back, and early access to Hearthstone Duels. Madness at the Darkmoon Faire features the return of C'thun, N'Zoth, Yogg-Saron, and Y'Shaarj, the Lovecraft-inspired Old Gods from the World of Warcraft universe, as well as Legendary minions. Choose a hero, a Hero Power, a signature Treasure, and build a 15-card starter deck from your collection before challenging a series of human opponents to level up your deck. If a card with Corrupt is in your hand, simply play any other card with a mana cost higher than the card with Corrupt.

The first season, called Wizard Duels, will see the instructors from the latest Scholomance Academy expansion become playable heroes across all the card game's usual classes, but with entirely new hero powers.

Powerful entities and Legendary Cards, the Old Gods are also the source of the corruption found at Hearthstone's version of Darkmoon Faire - alongside carnival games like Guess the Weight and Dunk Tank.

Hearthstone is completely revamping its rewards system and adding a new mode

For those who want to play the mode casually, there is a game mode with no entry fee or rewards associated with the number of wins you can rack up.

The change includes an achievements system, a central Reward Track, a quest revamp and an updated profile page. Let's go through them.

Achievements are finally being added to the game, too. For the price of an Arena ticket (or new Duel ticket) or 150 gold, players can participate in a Heroic Duel for rewards similar to the ones offered in Arena now. This means gamers can plan ahead and upgrade their Corrupt cards before playing them for a major payoff. The first bundle is $39.99 Dollars ($53.95 AUD) and contains 45 Madness at the Darkmoon Faire card packs, one random MDF legendary card, the N'Zoth card back and early access to Hearthstone Duels. The ranking system will be based on the Battlegrounds model. Developers have added an Achievements System that tracks player stats and in-game accomplishments, and new achievements will be added with each subsequent update. Between each game, you gain access to a Treasure or additional cards that serve to further strengthen your deck. There will, however, be even more quests to complete, with daily quests being joined by all-new weekly quests. Best get to grinding those quests and saving that gold.

Cam Shea is based in Sydney and is still in love with Breath of the Wild.