Hearthstone Update 10.2 Gears Up for Wildfest

Hearthstone Update 10.2 Gears Up for Wildfest

Get ready to go wild.

Get ready to say goodbye to the Year of the Mammoth with a big celebration of all things the year 2017 brought to Hearthstone. As cards get ready to go Wild, Blizzard announced a couple of Wildfest events coming soon to players.

Starting February 19 through March 11, Hearthstone will hold multiple Wild events such as the Wild Arena and two, Wild-themed tavern brawls: Venture into the Wild and The Wild Brawliseum.

Venture into the Wild will have players compete using pre-made Wild decks, while The Wild Brawliseum is aimed at competitive Hearthstone players and requires an entry fee of either Gold or real money. The rewards are the same as those offered in the Arena.

The Hearthstone 10.2 update brings with it the previously reported changed to Ranked play. However alongside that there are some new balance changes to cards, and a new Mammoth Card Bundle available for purchase.

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