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This year will see another rotation for Hearthstone as the Year of the Phoenix ends and a new expansion and Year begins -- on that front we'll no doubt learn more at BlizzConline. But, the team at Blizzard is also introducing a brand new curated Core Set that will include returning cards and new ones plus a new Classic format that turns the clock back to 2014.

In that it will feature all 240 cards from the game's 2014 launch -- yeah, Hearthstone is old enough to drink. Juice and water that is, it's only seven years old. Ahem. The new Classic format will include classic cards as they were back in the day -- which means a low cost Leeroy Jenkins. Classic will feature its own reward and rank system in addition to seasons too, very cool.

The new Core Set will be free for all players and be made up of a selection of 235 cards -- 29 of which will be new. As per the update, "The Core Set will be free for all players and will replace Basic and Classic in Standard as a curated selection of 235 cards intended to provide a modern collection of starting cards to players of all types and make Hearthstone even more approachable for newcomers."

For more on the reshuffle, including word that the number of deck slots is increasing from 18 to 27 -- head here.

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