Hearthstone is free to play an online digital collectible card game. Blizzard Entertainment is the developer and publisher of the game. It was initially named Heroes of Warcraft. The game builds upon the existing love of the Warcraft series by using the same elements, characters, and relics.
The game has been favorably reviewed by critics and has been a success for Blizzard, earning nearly US$40 million per month as of August 2017. As of November 2018, Blizzard has reported more than 100 million Hearthstone players. The game has become popular as an export with cash prize tournaments hosted by Blizzard and other organizers.
Hearthstone was first announced with the subtitle Heroes of Warcraft at Penny Arcade Expo in March 2013 for Windows, Mac, and iPad, with an expected release date in the same year.
The game was launched for Microsoft Windows and macOS on March 11, 2014. On April 2, 2014, the game was released for iPad in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. On August 6, 2014, support for Windows 8, touchscreen devices were added to the game, although not for Windows RT devices.
Every avatar of the game Hearthstone is sparking. You cannot choose a particular avatar as the best one, as all the characters have unique powers.
The avatars of Hearthstone are
Set within the Warcraft universe, Hearthstone is a digital-only, turn-based collectible card game that pits two opponents against each other. Players select a hero from one of ten classes. All classes have unique cards and abilities, known as hero powers, which help define the class archetypes.
Each player uses a deck of cards from their collection, with the end goal being to reduce the opponent's health to zero. There are four different types of cards: minions, spells, weapons, and hero cards. Quests are a specific type of magic only found in three expansions.
These cards are ordered by rarity, with Legendary cards being the rarest, followed by Epic, Rare, Common, and Basic. Blizzard releases expansions of additional cards every four months to increase the variety in the metagame.
Hearthstone has now officially launched replays. You can save your game and replay it later whenever you want to.
Players and users can download Hearthstone Deck Tracker to track and record their games. This allows for analysis and sharing of plays. As you finish matches with Hearthstone Deck Tracker running, it will upload data to HSReplay. Then you can hop over to the site and view or share any of your saved replays in-browser.
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