Tuesday Wednesday (I was too busy to post it yesterday because of the TITANS launch), so it’s time for another shop update! Just like with every expansion launch, the shop update is quite massive. We got all kinds of items – new and returning skins, pack bundles, Diamond/Signature cards (don’t even get me started about price) and some Tavern Tickets. Here are all of the new items that are available this week:
- Night Warrior Tyrande Legendary Bundle (2500 Runestones or $25) – New Legendary Priest skin + 5x Priest Card Pack.
- V-07-TR-0N Bundle (1500 Runestones or $15) – New Tier 2 Rogue skin + related Card Back + 5x Rogue Card Pack.
- Frostbringer Arthas Bundle (1000 Runestones or $10) – New Tier 2 Death Knigt skin + 5x Death Knight Card Pack.
- Clockwork Annoy-o Bundle (1000 Runestones or $10) – New Tier 2 Paladin skin + 5x Paladin Card Pack.
- Shadow-Touched Xyrella (1000 Gold) – Returning Tier 2 Priest skin. Originally available from a Bundle in March 2022.
- Diamond Helya Bundle (5000 Runestones or $50) – Diamond Helya + a random Signature Legendary from TITANS + a random Signature Legendary from Festival of Legends.
- TITANS Bundle Rank 1 (2000 Runestones or $20) – 10x TITANS Card Packs + 10x Festival of Legends Card Packs + 2x random Legendary from Festival of Legends.
- Golden TITANS Bundle Rank 1 (4000 Runestones or $40) – 12x Golden TITANS Card Packs + random Golden Legendary from TITANS
- Tavern Ticket Bundle (2000 Runestones or $20) – 11x Tavern Ticket at a slightly discounted price.
Tier 1 skins are “premium” ones while Tier 2 are more basic. In general, Tier 1 skins tend to include more extra features like completely new emotes, Hero Power animations, and some extra visual effects. Some of those might be also included in Tier 2 skins, but usually only 1 of those special features is present (if any). It’s not an official classification – it’s just something we use to differentiate between more basic and premium skins!
New items usually stay in the shop for around 2-3 weeks – sometimes it’s longer (4 or more weeks) and very rarely it’s shorter (a week).