Hearthstone expansion reveal delayed until March 17
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The next Hearthstone expansion reveal date has changed from Tuesday to Thursday, according to a Twitter announcement on Monday.

“Adventurers, hold steady!” the official Hearthstone Twitter account stated. “We’ll be sharing the details of the new Hearthstone expansion on March 17, instead of March 15 as previously announced. Thanks for your understanding, and we’ll see you then!”

New Hearthstone expansion details

Last week, Blizzard announced its upcoming plans for 2022 would include the new Hearthstone expansion reveal, World of Warcraft expansion information and a Warcraft mobile game reveal.

According to the now updated announcement, the Hearthstone development team will share more information about the upcoming expansion on Thursday. This will also be the first of three Hearthstone expansions in 2022.

Details about the changes to the core set will also happen on the same day. Additionally, the development team will give players a closer look into Hearthstone’s plans for the rest of the year.

More Blizzard reveals

As for the new World of Warcraft expansion reveal, the date is still slated for April 19, as of today. The Warcraft mobile game reveal, meanwhile, will come in May.

Until then, fans can look forward to the World of Warcraft Arena World Championship. The first cup will kick off this Friday at 1 p.m. ET. Players from the American and European regions will compete for weekly prize pools of $10,000 per region. Participating teams will earn points toward a spot in the Circuit. After this, the top teams will head into the World of Warcraft Arena World Championship Global Finals.

World of Warcraft Arena World Championship 2022 Season 3 schedule
Arena World Championship 2022 Season 3 schedule. | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

Fans can also catch up with the Race to World First Sepulcher of the First Ones raid event in the meantime. As for competitors who are into the Mythic Dungeon International esports, they have until March 28 to register via Gamebattles.

Amy Chen is an esports journalist and enthusiast who specializes in in-depth interviews and breaking news. A University of Toronto and Humber College graduate, she is passionate about building up the Canadian esports industry. Her current favorite games are Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm, and she has always had a soft spot for World of Warcraft!