Hearthstone: Heroes Of Warcraft from Blizzard Entertainment is proving itself to be one of the hottest new TCG games out there and we’ve got one Hearthstone beta key to give away to one lucky winner!
Heartstone: Heroes Of Warcraft is an upcoming free-to-play digital trading card game from World Of Warcraft developers Blizzard Entertainment that pits players against each other in magical duels to the death. Duellers have the choice of nine characters based on the World Of Warcraft universe; Jaina Proudmoore the Mage, Anduin Wrynn the Priest, Gul’dan the Warlock, Uther the Lightbringer Paladin, Garrosh Hellscream the Warrior, Malfurion Stormrage the Druid, Rexxar the Hunter, Valeera Sanguinar the Rogue, and Thrall the Shaman.
There are currently 382 unique cards to collect and build decks with which can be unlocked via booster packs earned or bought in-game. Each pack includes five random cards, including a special “rare” card. A special Arena mode offers more prizes to be won and challenges players battle in a special series of 1v1 duels with each victory increasing the quality of your final prize.
For fans of World Of Warcraft or digital trading card games, Heartstone: Heroes Of Warcraft is an absolute must to check out. Beta access is limited but luckily the gang here at StickTwidlers are here to help out.
You can enter via the following methods:
1) Tweet the following: “To win a Hearthstone Beta Key, RT & follow @StickTwiddlers. Find more ways to win here http://bit.ly/JryLue”
3) Leave a comment below letting us know who you’re favourite Hearthstone character is
4) Subscribe to the StickTwiddlers Podcast on iTunes
The competition closes on Friday 3rd January 2014 at 6pm where we will pick and contact one winner. To be eligible to win, entrants must use valid contact details. If we do not hear back from the winner within 48 hours, a new winner will be selected.
Hearthstone: Heroes Of Warcraft is currently in beta for PC and Mac. A full release is expected later in 2014 with an iOS and Android version also available shortly after launch.