Festival of Legends Hearthstone Mini-Set Announced – Audiopocalypse Launches On May 31

It’s here! Blizzard has just announced the Festival of Legends mini-set. Of course, it’s no surprise, we expected it to come out soon, and we even had a small leak earlier this week, but still.

Festival of Legends mini-set is called “Audiopocalypse” and it releases next week, on May 31. It will add 38 new unique cards – 4x Legendary, 1x Epic, 17x Rare, and 16x Common. Just like always, the cards will become available in expansion packs (in this case Festival of Legends packs), but you will also be able to purchase the entire mini-set either for $15 or 2000 Gold. A full-Golden version (including a bonus Diamond Legendary) is also available for $70, or 10,000 Gold.

Card reveals happen between May 26 and May 29. You can find all of the card revealed so far as well as a full schedule here. Oh, and Dual Class cards are back! Hype!

Learn more about the mini-set from the official blog post below:

The Festival of Legends has rocked on. And on… And on. For weeks! The local Grimtotem Tauren can’t sleep, they can’t think, and they have had enough! Now, they want to destroy all music to make sure this never happens again. This could be the end of music on Azeroth; this is the Audiopocalypse!

Audiopocalypse, launching on May 31, consists of 38 new cards: 4 Legendary cards, 1 Epic card, 17 Rare cards, and 16 common cards. Those new cards can either be opened in Festival of Legends packs or purchased as a complete 72-card set.* Normal versions of the Mini-Set can be purchased for $14.99 or 2000 Gold. The all-Golden version can be purchased for $69.99 or 10,000 Gold. The Golden Mini-Set option also includes a bonus Diamond Legendary!

Includes one copy of each Legendary card and two copies of each other card.

The Fate of all Music is in Your Hands… and Decks!

E.T.C. is rallying the Festival of Legends lineup to work together in new and exciting ways to defeat the Grimtotems’ deafening assault. Explore genre-bending sounds with new dual-class combinations and freestyle with new Remixed cards that change each turn. This Mini-Set is full of new instruments to explore in your compositions.

Check out the official Hearthstone Card Library for a full reveal calendar as the beats, and the new cards, drop.

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