Blizzard Announces Big Hearthstone Expansion - Whispers of the Old Gods

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Blizzard Announces Big Hearthstone Expansion - Whispers of the Old Gods

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft has been growing in size since its release two years ago, and Blizzard announced a third expansion for the free-to-play collectible card game on Friday night. Titled 'Whispers of the Old Gods', it adds 134 new cards to the game.

(Also see: Hearthstone Introduces New Game Formats and More Deck Slots)

Alongside that, you will also be able to get your hands on four "Legendary Old Gods" cards featuring C'Thun, Yogg-Saron, Y'Shaarj, and N'Zoth. Yep, those really are their names.

"It is said that for millennia uncounted the massive Old Gods lay dreaming in ageless sleep deep beneath the surface of Azeroth," Blizzard elaborated in a blog post. "Maybe noisy taverns full of laughter, shouts of triumph, and clanking tankards are like a snooze alarm you can't turn off, and this whole Old-Gods-waking-up thing is entirely our fault."

You can now pre-order a 50-pack bundle of randomly-generated Whispers of the Old Gods cards for $49.99 (approx. Rs. 3,300) before the bundle releases next month. And should you choose to do so, you will be rewarded with a new card back for your loyalty to Blizzard.

The company said to expect the release of the new expansion across all platforms - Windows, OS X, iOS, and Android - starting end of next month and latest by early May.

(Also see: StarCraft on Your iPhone? Don't Rule It Out, Says Blizzard)

You will be able to put down gold you earn in-game (or real money if you please) to get the new card packs contained within the expansion. Blizzard is trying to involve the community further by doing a further reveal of the cards coming with Whispers of the Old Gods next Monday. If you want to know more, head to the official website for the expansion to learn more then.

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