A lot of us are familiar with how Hearthstone is played.

The card-based RPG that allows you to control a small group of heroes and control the outcome of battle by picking cards from your deck and then playing them to take down your opponents.

That’s it.

No strategy.

No grinding.

And no loot boxes.

That is, until now.

The beta of Hearthstone is officially open for anyone to try out, and if you’re in the market for a Hearthstone deck, this is the one to get.

It’s not exactly the most robust of the beta’s offerings, but it’s got a lot of good cards and it’ll be available for a limited time.

There are also some nifty, new, and unique cards that players will need to unlock.

There are a few new cards coming to the game this week that make it worth your time, but the big news comes in the form of a new video game, Hearthstone.

Blizzard is taking the game to a whole new level by creating a new card game.

That means you’re going to be able to try the game out and find out what all the fuss is about.

Blizzard hasn’t announced a release date, but a teaser trailer for the game was released today.

Blizzard claims to have around 10 different cards in the game right now, but if you look closely at some of the cards, you’ll notice that there are some new ones that we’re not yet familiar with.

We have no idea if that’s a placeholder for a card or a card you already own.

There’s also a new Legendary card that’s in the Beta, but that’s the only one we’ve seen so far.

There’s a new class in the beta, the Warlock, and a new summon that’s just coming soon.

The game is also introducing a new type of card called a “Doomhammer.”

That is a spell that can be used to destroy the entire battlefield with a single swing.

We’ve seen Doomhammer in play a few times, but we’re very excited to see how Blizzard has used this card to destroy everything in its path.

All of that sounds awesome, and that’s not even mentioning all the new cards and new content in the current beta.

The beta is only available to a limited number of people at the moment, and Blizzard says they’ll be expanding it as time goes on.

It will open to everyone on January 9th, 2018 at 10am PT / 6pm ET / 1pm GMT.