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Knights of the Frozen Throne Officially Releases on August 10

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The waiting is nearly over. Blizzard have announced that the official release date for Knights of the Frozen Throne will be August 10.

The release date has been thought to be August 10 for a while, but it is now official. This means that there is less than a week to go before we get our hands on the new cards!

Pre-purchase of packs is still available, which will give 50 packs for $49.99. You will also unlock the Frostmourne card back.

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There are still over fifty cards to still be spoiled. This means that we will likely get a big dump of all the remaining cards sometime very soon. Of course, when that happens, we'll have all of the information for you. Until then, the comments section is a good place to discuss what you are looking forward to in the new expansion.

For a full list of previously revealed cards, as well as all of the information about the new expansion, check out our Knights of the Frozen Throne expansion hub.

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17 minutes ago, Ogerscherge said:

Is there a way to pay the $49,99 instead of the 49,99 if you live in the EU?

Don't think so, no.

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6 hours ago, Drachar said:

Don't think so, no.

This is correct. I live in Canada and can't even switch to CAD over USD.

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1 hour ago, Ogerscherge said:

How unfortunate.

Thanks for the answers, guys.

It'd just be too easy to "cheat" them out of money if there was, what with varying FX rates

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