Hearthstone is celebrating the return of Hallow’s End with spooky costumes, battles and more. This Halloween-inspired event runs for three weeks between Oct. 19 and Nov. 9.
Costume bundles and freebies
Players can dress up some of their favorite heroes to celebrate the occasion. The Fairy Tales Bundle provides themed portraits for Hunter, Mage, Priest, and Shaman heroes.
For those who prefer to duke it out in Hearthstone Battlegrounds, they can get the Battlegrounds Hallow’s End bundle. This bundle includes seven costumes for Battlegrounds heroes, as well as Gala Medivh as an alternative to Bartender Bob.
Meanwhile, players who login during this event can get their hands on two free costumes. There is the Pirate King Garrosh portrait for the Warrior class that can be claimed now. As for the Stormwind Guard Guff Battleground hero skin, it will be available starting on Oct. 26.
While the Pirate King Garrosh portrait can be claimed until Nov. 9 at 9:59 a.m. PT, the Stormwind Guard Guff one can be retrieved until Nov. 30 at 9:59 a.m. PT.
Tavern Brawl resurrections
The first two weeks of the Hearthstone celebration will involve the return of two Hallow’s End Tavern Brawls. The Rise of the Zombeasts one will be available on Oct. 20, while The Haunted Carousel will be playable starting on Oct. 27.
Alongside the resurrection of these two Tavern Brawls, there will be a new one on Nov. 3. In this brawl, Hearthstone players will play as the Headless Horseman. On each turn, players will buff a minion and watch them automatically battle it out.
Dual-class Arena returns
Starting on Nov. 2, there will be a legendary quest chain available to players. Two United in Stormwind and two Hearthstone Standard card packs can be gained from this event after completing three of the quests. This legendary quest chain will end on November 10 at 10 a.m. PT.
As for players who enjoy dueling others in Arena mode, the dual-class action will also be available on Nov. 2. Players first select a hero, and then choose a Hero Power from a different character. During the draft, players will select cards from both classes.
Diablo enters Hearthstone
Also starting on Nov. 2, Diablo will be available for a limited time in Hearthstone Battlegrounds and Duels. The Lord of Terror is a dual-class hero that uses cards from the Warrior and Warlock classes.
Diablo will have unique Hero Powers and Signature Treasures that can be unlocked by players. According to Blizzard, more information about Duels updates will be available soon.
Hearthstone Battlegrounds fans will also get to play as Diablo. Every four turns, other players in the fray will try to defeat Diablo and gain treasure. Diablo will be available to all players.