The Hearthstone Fire Festival is returning this year with Legendary quests, new skins, Tavern Brawls and more. Beginning on July 6 at 10 a.m. PT, the Hearthstone Fire Festival will last until July 27 at 10 a.m. PT.
Legendary Fire Festival quests
The event will feature seven Legendary quests alongside the usual daily ones. When Hearthstone players complete one Legendary quest, they will unlock another.
Each of the first six quests will give players a Year of the Phoenix card pack upon completion. Players who finish the final quest will get the Druid of the Flame Malfurion skin.
Ragnaros enters the Tavern Brawl
On July 7, Hearthstone players get to battle in Ragnaros’ Fire Festival Tavern Brawl. To participate in this brawl, each player must create their own deck. They can also feed a mini version of Ragnaros on the board and unlock fireworks for the “Wow!” emote.
Meanwhile, the Burndown Brawl received an update. On July 14, players can duke it out in The Duelist Burndown, where decks borrow a special Hero Power from Duels alongside Treasures. Players will take control of a random deck, and the defeated player will receive their opponent’s deck for the next game.
New Hearthstone portraits
During the United in Stormwind broadcast, it was revealed that players can earn the Druid of the Flame Malfurion skin. However, Illidan’s brother will not be the only one getting a new portrait.
The other new skins include Righteous Inferno Uther and Flamewalker Rexxar. Ragnaros will also be an alternate Shaman hero alongside the Ragnaros card back.
Players who are interested in these cosmetic items can purchase the Eternal Flame Bundle, which will be available from July 6 to July 20.
Battlegrounds afterparty and more
There will be an afterparty following the end of the Fire Festival. Hearthstone Battlegrounds will receive cosmetic options starting on July 27 through the Beach Party bundle.
The bundle will include seven Battlegrounds heroes and skins featuring the beach party theme. Players will also receive Tikilord Ragnaros as an alternative to Bartender Bob.
Additionally, players who pick up Battleground Heroes: Shadowlands will get eight more hero portraits. These skins will feature the afterlives of World of Warcraft characters.