Hearthstone welcomes the Year of the Wolf and the release of the first expansion for 2023, Festival of Legends. This year, some will be introduced updates to the Main setduring the month of April, and expansions will be greeted Forged in the Barrensunited with Stormwind and Divided into Valle d’Alterac which will leave the Standard mode. After rotation, Standard mode will include expansions The Descent to the Sunken City, Assassination at Nathria Castle, The Rise of the Lich King e Festival of Legends, as well as the updated Main set. For more information, visit the official blog here. Here are the new features in the new Hearthstone expansion:
Trading skill update: Initially introduced in the Unite in Stormwind set, the Swap skill will become a timeless skill starting this year. Since Swap currently only exists in United in Stormwind and Divided in Alterac Vale, it was decided to add some of the Swap cards from those expansions to the Core set. During the Year of the Wolf, and the coming years, new cards with the Trade ability will be introduced.Return of the Magnetism skill: Magnetism was an ability of some Robots belonging to the Apocalypse Operation. Bots with Magnetism could be played normally, or to the immediate left of another Bot on the board to merge with it, granting it the stats, effects and enchantments of the in-game Bot. Magnetism is a temporary addition to the Core set and will not be guaranteed to persist beyond this update.Changes to the Priest and the new Overheal ability: The fundamental element of the Priest class is healing, which may not seem as strong as the elements of other classes, such as damage or Armor. The new skill, Overheal, was created to make healing more flexible and satisfying. Cards with Overheal have a special effect that activates when they are healed beyond their maximum Health. Overheal is a timeless new class mechanic, like Combo for the Rogue.
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