Hearthstone To Receive Singleplayer Adventure Mode
Hearthstone is that Skyrim DLC expansion, right? It isn’t? Well then why are we even here?
Oh, because the game is actually ridiculously popular and pretty good.
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Are you tired of being bested by dumb luck and random draws? Soon you will be able to remove the opponent from the equation so you can play with yourself in peace. That’s not entirely true, Hearthstone will be watching you, judging your every move.
HearthStone: Heroes of Warcraft’s single-player adventure mode, Curse of Naxxramas, was announced at PAX East over the weekend. The PvE mode contains five “unique wings” of the dungeon and new cards and Hero Powers earned by defeating bosses such as the “over-sized arachnid Maexxna, the fungal horror Loatheb, plague cauldron master Heigan the Unclean, and the shambling abomination Patchwerk.”
A total of 30 cards will be added with the introduction of Curse of the Naxxramas along with nine Class Challenges and unique game board with interactive corners.
The wings will release sequentially with the first wing, Arachnid Quarter, being free to all Hearthstone players. Blizzard understands how to deal drugs though because after that first taste you will have to buy subsequent chapters with in-game gold or real currency.
Curse of the Naxxramas has yet to receive a release date but will launch simultaneously on PC, Mac and iOS.