To play the full version of Hearthstone Battlegrounds, you need to “acquire” 30 card packs

Hearthstone Battlegrounds, a new Auto Chess Hearthstone mode, was announced this past week at BlizzCon, but to play the full demoed experience, you will need to “acquire” 30 packs of cards. In an introduction to the new game mode posted by Blizzard and announcing its release date, they call this “bonus content”.

You can acquire these packs in a number of ways (“Quests, Gold Purchases, Bundles, Events, etc.”), so in theory, you could get all this bonus content for free. However, because it takes quite a while to earn packs in Hearthstone without paying, it does incentivise you to pay for 30 packs in-game (£39.98). If you do want to earn, rather than pay for, these packs, it requires you to play the base game for an extended period of time, rather than playing the mode you’re most interested in.

The bonus content, as Blizzard calls it, will cost different numbers of packs. For ten packs, you’ll be able to see your Battlegrounds statistics – for example, which hero you play as most, or triples created. For 20 packs, you’ll be able to choose from three heroes at the beginning of the game, rather than two. For 30 packs, you’ll receive emotes to use when playing your opponents.

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