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Hearthstone hits 100 million players, six free card packs

Blizzard is celebrating the milestone of achieving 100 million registered players for Hearthstone with six free card packs
By: Jak Connor | Gaming News | Posted: Nov 6, 2018 8:00 am

Blizzard has taken to their Hearthstone blog to announce that they have achieved over 100 million registered players. The company will be rewarding players with six completely free card packs.

 

 

In the above video, Hearthstone employees have taken time out of their day to thank the community for reaching such a massive milestone. In celebration of 100 million registered players, Blizzard will be throwing a give away party beginning on November 7 at 10:00am PST through until November 11th.

 

Players that log into Hearthstone will receive six completely free Boomsday Project card packs. All players will also receive the Celebrate the Players quest that can be repeated up to 5 times, the quest rewards 100 gold to the player when you compete in a friendly challenge. It should be noted that all introductory level quests will need to be completed to be eligible for the new celebratory quest rewards. In the entirety of this post you will find the requirements needed. For more information visit the official Hearthstone blog post here.

 

 

 

Requirements:

 

"You'll need to complete the introductory quests "First Blood" and "The Duelist" to unlock daily quests, (or "Ready for Action" if you're a returning player). Be sure to make room in your quest log before November 7 so you don't lose a quest you intended to complete. Just like Play a Friend!, don't concede too early, or you may not receive credit for completing the quest. Unlike Play a Friend!, Celebrate the Players only provides rewards to players who have this quest in their own quest log."

NEWS SOURCES:Playhearthstone.com, Gamasutra.com

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