Hearthstone’s Twist Wonders XL format will kick off on Oct. 1. Meanwhile, Yogg-Saron, Unleashed will be the first neutral legendary Titan.

The October season of Hearthstone Twist will feature the Wonders XL ruleset! Read on for everything we know about Wonders XL so far.

Hearthstone Twist screenshot (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
Hearthstone Twist screenshot (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

Hearthstone Twist gets Wonders XL format

Kicking off on Oct. 1, the next season of Hearthstone Twist will be all about the Wonders XL ruleset. According to an email announcement, this ruleset will allow players to build decks using 30 to 40 cards. The health total of a player's hero will match the number of cards as well.

The announcement arrived alongside the introduction to Fall of Ulduar, which is the Hearthstone TITANS Mini-Set slated for Sept. 19. Additionally, Hearthstone will soon introduce its first-ever neutral legendary Titan. This will be Yogg-Saron, Unleashed.

Yogg-Saron artwork (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
Yogg-Saron artwork (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

Hearthstone TITANS Mini-Set cards

This upcoming set will have 38 new cards, and one of them will be Cho'gall. Some of the other cards will be Twisted Frostwing, Bestial Madness, and Celestial Shot alongside the appearance of Chaotic Tendrils.

A few Hunter cards include Twisted Frostwing, Bestial Madness, and Celestial Shot (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
A few Hunter cards include Twisted Frostwing, Bestial Madness, and Celestial Shot (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

"[...] There are ways to generate more Chaotic Tendrils for more chaos," Blizzard stated. "Tendrils have a Battlecry that casts bigger and bigger spells as Yogg-Saron's influence grows!"

Chaotic Tendril in Hearthstone (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
Chaotic Tendril in Hearthstone (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

The Hearthstone TITANS Mini-Set will include:

  • 4 legendary cards
  • 1 epic card
  • 17 rare cards
  • 16 common cards

The regular version of this set of cards will cost $14.99 USD or 2,000 in-game gold. Meanwhile, the golden version will require $69.99 USD or 10,000 gold.

Anomalies galore in multiple game modes

Adding to the chaos will be some limited-time Anomalies in Hearthstone Twist, Standard, Wild, and Arena, according to the announcement. Players can also look out for a limited-time event featuring a rag-tag crew that must rescue a comrade.

For fans of cosmetic items, the Hearthstone shop will have new skins, boards, and emotes. A couple of these cosmetics feature Archlich Togwaggle and Investigator Xyrella.

That's all for now. Stay tuned on esports.gg for more news and updates!

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