17 November 2017 - 15:35

Hearthstone card reveal season kicks off on Monday with a livestream

Brian Kibler will be revealing some new cards.
Image via Blizzard Entertainment

It's been two weeks since Kobolds and Catacombs was announced, and players everywhere are eagerly anticipating the reveal of the set's 135 new cards.

We don't have much longer to wait—the card reveals will kick off on Monday.

As is now traditional, special Blizzard livestreams will make up a significant part of the reveals. One will take place on Monday at 1pm central as part of the first day of reveals.

The stream will be hosted by game designer Peter Whalen and top streamer and caster Brian Kibler.

If it follows the same format as before, Whalen and Kibler will play some games showing off some of the new cards as well as officially unveiling them. It's likely that there will be another livestream at the end of reveal season—and if we're lucky it will once again feature Dan "Frodan" Chou game director Ben Brode.

Monday's stream will also be broadcast in eight other languages by professional teams and players from countries like France, Spain, and Russia.

No release date has been announced for the new expansion yet, other than that it is arriving in early December. If it follows previous patterns, the new cards should be available around Dec. 7.

There's still time to purchase the pre-order card bundle of 50 packs and an exclusive card back for $49.99. This will likely be the best price card packs are ever sold at, so if you plan to invest a lot it's worth taking a look at.

Next Article