Hearthstone Update Adds Permanent Friendly Feud

Hearthstone fans should enjoy the biggest new update for the beloved TCG. Nothing to alter tactics on a grand scale, but the way you play may be changed forever....

Hearthstone fans should enjoy the biggest new update for the beloved TCG. Nothing to alter tactics on a grand scale, but the way you play may be changed forever.

Players can now import decks. This means, using decklists created by your favorite streamers and competitive players, you can replicate some of the most revered styles of play with the click of a button.

Other updates include the addition of a more permanent version of the friendly feud event that some players may remember from a few months ago. All major daily quests can now be completed during friendly challenges, providing more incentive for players to test their new deck builds against friends and family alike.

Finally, there were a few bug fixes, including some error codes in the collection, Pyros interacting with cards like Getaway Kodo has been resolved, as well as Alarm-O-Bot. These cards will now behave properly with cost reduction as well.

Small touches have been added, such as tallying wins for classes beyond 500, as well as the addition of golden rims to alternate heroes like Maiev.

These are just a few of the changes Hearthstone players can enjoy. Speaking of, it’s now been two months since Un’Goro launched, and I suspect it won’t be long now until we get a glimpse at the next big Hearthstone expansion. This game barely gives you a chance to breathe before introducing massive amounts of new content. Here’s to hoping the changes continue to decrease the speed of a meta where Pirate Warrior still survives.

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