Here's How to Earn Free Hearthstone Card Packs Starting Today

Here's How to Earn Free Hearthstone Card Packs Starting Today

Card packs for days.

Starting today, March 27, to April 10, Hearthstone will reward players with free packs for those who complete the Daily Quests. That means one free pack for every Daily Quest completed.

The packs will come from various different expansions like Journey to Un'Goro, Knights of the Frozen Throne, and Kobolds and Catacombs. You can even get card packs for the upcoming The Witchwood expansion, all you have to do is open The Witchwood card pack once the expansion goes live mid-April.

This is a good incentive for players who can't afford new packs to try and get in on the action. Especially since if you play your cards right, you can probably get 16 free card packs depending on how well you navigate your way through your Daily Quests.

Blizzard announced The Witchwood expansion earlier this month. It is the first expansion as part of The Year of the Raven. The cards in the new expansion have a few new tricks up their sleeves like new keywords such as "Echo" and "Rush." There is even a new Dungeon Run-style mode called Monster Hunt.

Echo cards will let players use a card with that particular keyword any number of times in a single turn, granted they have the mana to back it up. Rush is kind of like Charge where a card can attack immediately after being played, but Rush cards are limited to only attack other minions, not heroes.

Also, starting yesterday, Hearthstone begins its card reveal livestreams where Blizzard unveils new cards as part of the expansion either on its own stream or through partner content creators. Blizzard already unveiled 10 cards yesterday like Hagatha the Witch and Glinda Crowskin. We expect more cards leading to the official launch of The Witchwood.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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