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We sit down with Hearthstone designer Peter Whalen to talk about the latest expansion and the new Monster Hunt single-player mode. Which if you haven't played, is not only a lot of fun but re-playable and something you can keep going back to.

From disco-parties in castles, islands filled with dinosaurs, or delving deeper into dungeons in search of treasure, Hearthstone consistently uses the rich lore found in the Warcraft universe to create fun, bright, dark, familiar, memorable, and always entertaining experiences.

But, it wasn’t until the release of the latest expansion, the excellent Kobolds & Catacombs, where Hearthstone nailed its approach to the idea of a single-player mode that you could keep coming back to. That expansion’s Dungeon Run, gave players specific decks where they could then take on a seemingly random order of bosses at increased risk and for greater reward. Available now to all players, The Witchwood deals with that age-old theme of a spooky forest filled with creatures and monsters and of course, an evil witch – Hagatha.


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