Win 1 of 5 Tombs of Terror Deluxe Adventure Bundle courtesy of Blizzard

Now that Saviors of Uldum has been available for a month, Blizzard has announced the next solo adventure for Hearthstone. Tombs of Terror is Saviors of Uldum’s PvE content and it’s coming to Hearthstone later this month. Like The Dalaran Heist, Tombs of Terror will be released over time and the first chapter will be available for free on September 18.

However, to get access to all four chapters, you’ll need to purchase them either separately for 700 in-game gold or $9.50 AUD or all four for $19.95 AUD.

You could even splash out and purchase the deluxe adventure bundle which costs $26.95 AUD and includes;

  • All four chapters
  • A random Legendary card from Saviors of Uldum
  • A League of Explorers-themed card back

Another option, instead of buying the chapters would be to enter our competition! Simply use the competition widget below.

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Hearthstone Tombs of Terror

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Tombs of Terror’s first chapter is launching free on September 18, 2019, and stars Reno Jackson. Reno will face off against the Plague Lord of Murlocs before Chapters 2, 3 and 4 launch at a later date. Completing all four chapters and defeating all four Plague Lords will unlock one final battle.

Tombs of Terror begins on September 18.

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