The $50 bundle includes 60 Festival of Legends card packs, two random legendary cards, and a special card back. Meanwhile, the $80 bundle includes 80 card packs, 10 golden packs, two random golden legendary cards, and both the card back and a priest hero skin. Between that and the new Overheal ability, Blizzard must really want to give Priests a leg up on the competition. Unfortunately, if you missed out on the pre-release weekend, you won’t get to open any Festival of Legends packs until the expansion releases, but since launch day is tomorrow, you don’t have to wait long.
Festival of Legends is also the first Hearthstone expansion of 2023, dubbed the Year of the Wolf. That also means that Festival of Legends will rotate out previous Hearthstone expansions (Forged in the Barrens, United in Stormwind, and Fractured in Alterac Valley) as well as refresh the game’s Core set of cards. In other words, Hearthstone‘s Standard mode is going to look a lot different after Festival of Legends drops. If you want to get ahead of the chaos, be sure to check out our guide on the best Festival of Legends decks on day one.
Assuming Blizzard can keep up the pace of previous years, then we can probably expect two more Hearthstone expansions in early August and late November/early December, respectively. Fingers crossed they have as much charm as an Azerothian Woodstock festival