Curse Of Naxxramas Scheduled For July Release

Pricing Announced Next Week.

Curse Of Naxxramas Scheduled For July Release

Pricing Announced Next Week.

By Rod ONeill  @rodoneill


Blizzard have released pricing details for Curse of Naxxramas. Access to the first wing will be free during the Naxxramas launch event, which will last approximately one month. Australian players will then have to pay $8.99 or 700 gold per wing. There are of course discounted bundle options available for purchasing multiple wings (this doesn't grant quicker access to wings though, wings will be opened on a week-to-week basis).

All five wings: $31.99
Already own first wing (purchase remaining four): $24.99
Already own first two wings (purchase remaining three): $18.99
Already own first three wings (purchase remaining two): $12.99
Individual wings: $8.99 or 700 gold each.

Hearthstone: Curse of Naxxramas Australian Pricing Details

The much anticipated Hearthstone single-player mode, Curse of Naxxramas, is scheduled for a July release. Community Manager, Aratil, posted an update about the Hearthstone Adventure's status on the forums:

Just wanted to give everyone a head's up that we are currently targeting to release Curse of Naxxramas during the month of July. Unfortunately, we still have a lot of implementing and bug fixing to get through, so please stay tuned!

With that said, we are also targeting to reveal pricing details regarding Curse of Naxxramas next week on July 1st, so please keep an eye out for that.

The single-player adventure will take players to the ancient necropolis, Naxxramas. Card players will battle through 5 dungeon wings over the course of 5 weeks, the first wing being free to play. Players will encounter and battle iconic World of Warcraft bosses with unique hero powers, a new Naxxramas game board and the ability to unlock all new Hearthstone cards.

Curse of Naxxramas will be released simultaneously on PC, Mac and iPad. For more info on Hearthstone (and why you should be playing it!), check out our review below.



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