Blizzard has announced Toki’s Wild Bundle for Hearthstone players. It includes a total of 56 packs from the game’s past expansions.
These Hearthstone expansions include Kobolds & Catacombs, Mean Streets of Gadgetzan, Journey to Un’Goro, The Grand Tournament, Goblins vs Gnomes, Knights of the Frozen Throne, and Whispers of the Old Gods. Players get eight card packs from each different expansion.
Cards from these past expansions are playable in Wild format, as opposed to Standard. As with the usual Hearthstone card packs, each one of these Wild packs includes at least one card that is of Rare quality or higher.
A wild number of Hearthstone cards
Players who purchase Toki’s Wild Bundle can access their cards packs in-game as soon as the purchase completes. They simply need to open up Hearthstone and press the “Open Packs” button located on the game’s main menu.
Toki’s Wild Bundle is available through July 1 and only redeemable once per account. The Wild card packs themselves are accessible once players complete the introductory missions.
Players who just can’t get enough of Wild cards can also craft them in-game using Arcane Dust. You can obtain this crafting material via end-of-the-month Ranked match rewards, as well as by going into your Hearthstone Collection page to disenchant cards.
This card bundle announcement comes just after Masters Tour Las Vegas, where David “dog” Caero was crowned the winner against Edward “Gallon” Goodwin. Along with the Masters Tour Las Vegas trophy, dog won the lion’s share of the $500,000 prize pool, taking away $100,000 for himself.
Hearthstone players and fans can also head on over to Blizzard’s online store and get the Masters Bundle. This bundle contains 10 Rise of Shadows card packs, 10 Rastakhan’s Rumble card packs, the Stolen Thunder card back, as well as the Thunder King as a Shaman Hero.
For more news about the card game, check out more of our Hearthstone coverage here at Daily Esports.
Update: We initially stated that buying the Masters Bundle would allow gamers to support esports, but that effort has met its limit already. We’ve updated the post to reflect this. But hey, it’s still a good deal either way!