Hearthstone to get first single-player campaign “Curse of Naxxramas”

Hearthstone

By on April 12, 2014 at 9:04 am

Sick of playing Hearthstone with other humans? Sicken yourself no more, with Blizzard revealing that a single-player campaign will soon be released (that’s “Soon” in Blizzard Time, so maybe a month) which can be accessed using either real money or in-game gold (like the Arena).

The Curse of Naxxramas takes place, of course, in Naxxramas – a “floating necropolis filled with the stuff of nightmares”. You’ll take a deck of your choosing through various boss battles which represent the five different wings of Naxxramas, earning cards along the way and eventually getting an all-new Legendary card after beating each wing.

The campaign will also add 30 brand-new cards to the game, which can only be added to your deck once the Adventure is completed.

Each new wing will be added once a week over the course of five weeks. Stay tuned for more details on an actual release date!

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And there’s the money maker. I can imagine many people will fork out a couple of bucks here and there to run through Naxx.

 

It’s already the top 10 grossing app in the iOS store right now.

 
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