Tag : Madness at the Darkmoon Faire
Blizzard pulls Hearthstone AMA after community backlash
An attempt at a light-hearted, community-driven event turned sour on Wednesday afternoon when Blizzard Entertainment's Old Gods Ask Me Anything (AMA) announcement was met with frustration from members of the Hearthstone community.
Hearthstone's latest expansion launch overshadowed by Blizzard statement
When Madness at the Darkmoon Faire launched on Tuesday, things were a little different. While many were talking about cool cards and decks they were experimenting with, more were focused on an announcement Blizzard had made earlier in the day.
[Exclusive] Fizzy Elemental - Card reveal for Hearthstone: Madness at the Darkmoon Faire
Fizzy Elemental Class: Druid Rarity: Rare Type: Minion (Elemental) Mana: 9 Stats: 10/10 Rush, Taunt Developer's comment This elemental brings joy and good drink with its bubbly personality. Fizzy Elemental
More than 30 cards, hero powers see balance changes in one of Hearthstone's biggest patches ever
As if Tuesday's announcement wasn't enough, Blizzard Entertainment's Hearthstone team announced one of the largest patches in the game's history is going live on Thursday, impacting two multiplayer game modes. Titled patch 18.6, more than 30 cards and hero abilities in the Battlegrounds and Duels game modes saw balances changes, substantially changing metas and playstyles.
Two Hunter cards revealed for Hearthstone's Madness at the Darkmoon Faire expansion
Reveal season has begun in the world of Blizzard Entertainments's digital card game, Hearthstone, for their upcoming card expansion titled Madness at the Darkmoon Faire. On Tuesday afternoon, the game's development team unveiled the first two cards that are coming to the set outside of what was shown at the reveal stream two weeks ago. And, surprisingly enough, they're Hunter cards and they both really, really want to go face.
Madness at the Darkmoon Faire confirmed as the next Hearthstone expansion, includes system update, Duels game mode
Chaos, pandemonium and a little bit of fun were announced on Thursday morning as Blizzard Entertainment revealed their upcoming Hearthstone expansion titled Madness at the Darkmoon Faire. Scheduled to go live on November 17, players will be able to summon the Old Gods once again to go along with a 170 card set, the largest in the game's history. Traditionally, Hearthstone expansions release the full set of cards all at once but for the Madness at the Darkmoon Faire, things are changing. Mid-way through the expansion's life cycle, a 35 card mini set will launch that will build off of existing content while keeping players excited for something new.