Today in Gaming 06.03.2015 – Shovel Knight DLC and Blackrock Mountain Comes To HearthSone

Blackrock Mountain will come to Hearthstone sometime in the coming months, additionally the game will come to Android and iPhone too. New music will come to GTA:V, new Shovel Knight DLC looks awesome too and Infinite Crisis is coming to Steam.

Blackrock Mountain Adventure Coming to Hearthstone

Hearthstone is set to receive a new expansion in the form of Blackrock Mountain Adventure.

The news was revealed by Blizzard at PAX East today alongside the revelation that an iPhone and Android versions of the card game are also on the way.

Blackrock Mountain constitutes of five different wings each with it’s own bosses and unlockable cards. Players will be able to unlock at total of 31 new cards by defeating 17 bosses.

Blackrock Mountain will be released on PC, Mac, iPad, and Android tablets sometime next month with wings launched on week at a time. Pre-orders will net buyers a unique card back. Wings can be bought using 700 in game gold of $7.

GTA:V Will Launch With New Music on PC

When Grand Theft Auto V launches on PC in April it will come with some new music tracks.

The album will feature music from artists such as: Earl Sweatshirt, Little Dragon, Phantogram, Freddie Gibbs, Popcaan and Killer Mike.


A stand alone copy of the tracks will be available on the CD ‘Welcome to Los Santos’.

Shovel Knight’s Plague Knight DLC Changes the Game Up Dramatically

Plague of Shadows, the DLC slated for Shovel Knight, will change the way the game plays dramatically.

IGN reports that “Playing as Plague Knight makes Shovel Knight feel totally different — he throws potions, double-jumps, and super-jumps to traverse more effectively than our original hero. And, without a shovel to bounce around with, the platforming is fundamentally different than we’re used to.”


Come back for more information on Plague of Shadows.

Infinite Crisis Coming to Steam

The DC comics MOBA infinite Crisis will launch on Steam March 26th Warner Bros says.

Infinite Crisis has been in open beta for approximately one year but this marks the first time it will be available on Valve’s platform.


“We have designed, updated, and tuned almost every facet of the game based on player feedback and we are now ready to officially launch the game on 26th March,” executive producer Jeffrey Steefel said.


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