What you need to know
- Hearthstone is a popular free-to-play card game by Blizzard Entertainment.
- The game is getting a "Rise of the Mech" event on June 3.
- It includes a lot of new content and changes to existing cards.
- Those who participate will earn a rare in-game reward.
Hearthstone is an incredibly popular card game developed for PC and mobile by Blizzard Entertainment. While it hasn't made its way to consoles, that hasn't stopped the experience from becoming incredibly popular on those platforms. The title is played by millions of gamers each day, and that's due to the developer's continued post-launch support.
Today, Blizzard discussed the upcoming "Rise of the Mech" event. The team said that "Blastmaster Boom" is headed back to the drawing board to upgrade his arsenal and perfect some of his favorite pet projects. Rise of the Mech starts on June 3, and includes the following main content.
- New Legendary Mech named "SN1P-SN4P."
- Buffs to cards from every class.
- New Arena draft rotation.
If you play the Rise of the Mech event by logging in anytime between June 3 and July 1, you'll earn a golden copy of the new neutral Legendary Mech SN1P-SN4P. After July 1, the regular version of SN1P-SN4P can be crafted for the usual cost of 1600 "Dust."
You can check out the complete patch notes through the game's marketing agency. Are you interested in the upcoming Hearthstone event? Do you still play the game? Let us know.
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Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.
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