Kobolds & Catacombs with New Trailer — Blizzard Reveals Hearthstone

New 'Hearthstone' expansion coming soon captures the spirit of classic fantasy

Hearthstone Gets a New Kobolds & Catacombs Expansion, Along with a New Dungeon Run Mode

God yes. How can I possibly tell you how happy I am that Hearthstone is getting an immensely replayable single player mode?

The powerful cards in Dungeon Run does not mean that players should not have to look forward to the 135 new cards that will be added by Kobolds & Catacombs.

There are a lot of new cards in the Kobolds And Catacombs expansion.

The stakes are high in Dungeon Run, but it seems there are really some incredible rewards for those who are able to combine the skills they've learned throughout their time playing various Hearthstone modes. The new mode is completely free to play, even for new players, so grab your best hero and run through the dungeon.

Going up against another boss in Dungeon Run. Blizzard's hope is that the mode's random nature will ensure you never get bored or want for something to do.

The demo pits you in three encounters. But, the Guild isn't the only potentially game-breaking set of cards in the expansion.

Some of the cards and treasures, as seen above, do some pretty insane things that would make normal games unfair.


Blizzard also has a special treat for BlizzCon 2017 attendees and virtual ticket holders: a golden version of the new "Marin the Fox" card that officially debuts on November 6.

The new cards for standard play in Hearthstone aren't messing around. But the good news?

Blizzard also stated that this new expansion will add one legendary weapon for every one of the game's nine classes. Rin, the First Disciple is potentially the most powerful card in Hearthstone, if not any CCG, because she gives players a set of Seal cards that summon demons. I suck at card games.

In comparison, another card that was shown was Crushing Walls, which represents the traps that dungeoneering is filled with.

A third card, Gather Your Party, introduces a new keyword: Recruit. (Or just kill a few minutes at work.) The game is quite popular-it passed 70 million players in May-and at least some of those players spend hours on end opening card packs and making their latest decks.

There's been no word on Kobolds and Catacombs official release date, but Ben Brode stated that it will be available sometime "next month".

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