Hearthstone is a free-to-play digital strategy card game that anyone can enjoy. Players choose one of nine epic Warcraft® heroes to play as, and then take turns playing cards from their customizable decks to cast potent spells, use heroic weapons or abilities, or summon powerful characters to crush their opponent.Back to top
Hearthstone will initially be available for Windows® and Macintosh®, with a version for iPad, iPhone and Android coming later.Back to top
The most up to date information on system requirements can be found here: https://eu.battle.net/support/en/article/hearthstone-system-requirementsBack to top
Not at all! We’ve designed Hearthstone so that anyone can get into it, no matter how familiar they are with the Warcraft universe or collectible card games. The game will teach you everything you need to know as you play it.Back to top
Just go here to download with your Battle.net account!Back to top
We are testing the in-game store during the beta test, and players will be able to purchase card packs and Arena entry using their Battle.net Balance or other Battle.net-supported payment methods. Players will also be able to obtain cards and card packs free of charge through Practice mode, Play mode, and The Arena.
The prices in the beta test do not necessarily reflect what the final prices will be at launch.
At this point in the beta, all purchases will exist in your game going forward. Also, as a thank you for testing out the in-game store during Hearthstone’s beta phase, everyone who purchased a card pack or entry into The Arena in the beta test will receive a Golden Legendary card, Gelbin Mekkatorque!Back to top
Yes! The folks in your Battle.net friends list (both BattleTag and Real ID friends) are available for games or text-based conversation. Players will not be able to chat with anyone who is not on their friends list. However, players will be able to choose from a variety of emotes for basic communication during games.Back to top
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