When is Hearthstone’s Fall of Ulduar Mini Set coming out?

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It’s been around a month and a half since Titans released into the world of Hearthstone, creating a seismic impact that shook up both the Standard and Wild formats. Players have been enjoying the new cards, the titular Titans in particular, since then, and now a new Mini Set is just around the corner, ready to shake things up all over again. Just when is Hearthstone’s Fall of Ulduar Mini Set coming out? You’ll find the answer to that question, and much more, below.

When will Hearthstone’s Fall of Ulduar Mini Set be released?

Fall of Ulduar will be released with Hearthstone’s 27.4 patch, which is coming on 19 September 2023. In terms of time, Hearthstone’s updates typically release at 13:00 ET, or 18:00 BST, so you can expect this one to do the same.

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As for what to expect from the set itself, Fall of Ulduar features 38 all-new cards, including four new legendary minions, one of which is the neutral Titan Yogg-Saron, Unleashed. The eldritch entity also comes with a host of tentacled teammates, represented by the new Chaotic Tendril tokens you can generate with many of the cards in the Mini Set. These cast random spells of escalating cost, capturing the random spirit that has defined Yogg-Saron cards of the past while also discounting their master’s mana cost in the process.

The Fall of Ulduar Mini Set will, as is always the case, be available to purchase in full for either 2000 Gold or $14.99, while a full Golden version will be available for 10,000 Gold or $69.99. Buying the Mini Set this way will get you two copies of every card, and one copy of each new legendary minion, making it a great investment for anyone hoping to keep up with Hearthstone’s ever-evolving metagame.

So there you have it: everything you need to know on when Hearthstone’s Fall of Ulduar Mini Set is coming out. It looks to be an exciting addition to the current Standard environment, with Yogg-Saron, Unleashed alone being interesting enough to warrant the price of admission, and you won’t need to wait long to check it out.

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