Hearthstone’s Year of the Mammoth is closing out with a bang as the opening ceremony of Blizzcon 2017 offered up word of the online CCG’s next expansion: Kobolds and Catacombs. And, as always, the new set continues the game’s penchant for lighthearted fun as well as intriguing cards and mechanics.
Kobolds and Catacombs, as one would figure from the expansion’s name, is something of a love letter to the vibe of a classic fantasy dungeon delve. One of the expansion’s biggest features is the Dungeon Run, a free, repeatable, single-player mode that grants you a deck of ten cards and challenges you to beat eight boss encounters from a pool of 48. Succeed in each fight, and you’ll get to “level up” and add three class-specific cards to your deck. Fail, and you lose it all and start from the beginning in true rogue-like fashion.
The new expansion is also introducing the new “Recruit” keyword to the game which pulls a random minion card from your deck, new Legendary weapons for each of the game’s nine classes, and a total of 135 new cards to the game.
We really like the idea (and the challenge) of a “Hearthstone rogue-like” and as always wonder aloud what sort of changes this upcoming expansion will mean for the greater Hearthstone meta. Are you intrigued by what Kobolds and Catacombs is offering?
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